125/135R15 Michelin Tube | TR13 Offset Rubber Stem

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This is a 125/135R15 Michelin tube with a TR13 Offset rubber stem. Recommended application is for Bias Ply tires and the recommended tire fitment is for a 125/135R15 Radial tire. Fits 125-135 width, 15 inch diameter tires. This inner tube has a TR13 rubber stem and the valve stem location is Offset. TR13 stem is rubber stem 1 1/2 inches tall, 3/8 inch in diameter. Actual item may differ from photo. Coker Tire Company features a huge selection of classic Michelin tubes.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU 85360
Brand Michelin
Tube Diameter 15"
Product Size 125/135R15
125/135R15 Michelin Tube | TR13 Offset Rubber Stem
125/135R15 Michelin Tube | TR13 Offset Rubber Stem 125/135R15 Michelin Tube | TR13 Offset Rubber Stem

Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
Does it fit 4" x 15" centerline rim?
By Your Name (optional) on December 18, 2016
Answer:

Tube fitment is based on tire size, not wheel size. For additional assistance, please let us know what tire size you will need a tube for.

Coker Tire Support on December 19, 2016
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Question:
I have a vintage funny car with Pirelli Cinturato-367 size 125SR15. Need two tubes. Would this be the correct tubes to purchase?
By Kraig Rice on October 01, 2016
Answer:

This tube is compatible with a 125ST15 tire, so long as you do in fact require offset, rubber valve stems.

Coker Tire Support on October 03, 2016
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Question:
Hi I spoke with someone there yesterday about an inner tube. I have the Firestone Coker Tire 55593 Firestone F560 Radial Tire, 125R15 tires and we looked at the 125/135R15 Michelin Tube | TR13 Offset Rubber Stem. It turns out the rubber stem will be too big to fit through the rim. Do you have a similar size (even a 14" will work) with the smaller metal stem?
By Jim Halbert on August 19, 2017
Answer:

Sorry, but all the tubes we carry in this size range have the same, 3/8" rubber stem. It may be best to simply drill the hole in the wheel a bit larger.

Coker Tire Support on August 21, 2017
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