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Delivered fast. Looks like a nice tire, but I havenâ€™t installed them yet. Good price, lightweight.
The tubes are of obvious good quality but do not fit the valve stem hole. The rim is made for tubeless tires so I did not want to drill the hole out to fit the thicker and longer valve stem. If I did the length would interfere with the hub. So I went back to the heavy duty tubes that fit from Tractor Supply.
Replaced tire and inner tube with this new tube. Old one was just too old to keep on flying. Looks like this new one will last a long time too.
Product arrived and worked as expected. Great customer service.
What can I say? I received the usual excellent Aircraft Spruce service. Item was in stock, was shipped the same day, and arrived as expected.
Flawless transaction, as usual. Had a blowout on my nosegear so we decided to replace all the tubes and tires all the way around...I already had the tires in storage but needed tubes. Great packaging, timely service...it arrived when they said it would. A&P got them installed, they work perfectly.
No issues appears tough
Very happy with them so far. As always Aircraft Spruce was fast on delivery.
Yes this tube will fit the AirHawk 600-6 tire, part # 06-07800.
Yes, this Aero Classic 600-6 tube will fit the Aero Trainer 600-6 tire.
Yes, any 600-6 tube will work with the Goodyear 600-6 tire. You can use this part number or the Goodyear tube, part numbers 06-05305 or 06-05300-1.
Yes, any 600-6 tube will work with the Condor 600-6 tire. You can use this part number or the Michelin part number 06-01373 or 06-00853.
Yes, this tube will with the Aero Classic 600-6 tire.
Part # 06-00754 is the tube only. For tires, please see the Alternate Items tab.
Yes, this tube will fit that tire.
Yes, this will work with that tire.
Depending on the ply rating that the tire is being used with the tube, "4ply should be 29 PSI, 6ply should be 42 PSI, 8ply should be 55 PSI".
600-6 tubes, including this one, generally have a straight stem.