Colossal Inner Tube
Colossal 50-60″ Truck Tire Inner Tube
Not cheap vinyl but a real Truck Tire; heavy duty and super fun!
A Variety of Uses:
River Tubing Snow Tubing
Lake Tubing Pool Fun
Pool Safety Pool Closures
Boating and many many more…
Tubes inflate to a maximum 60″. To allow for air expansion during use please inflate the tube to 50-56″.
We recommend using a
ClearCreekTubes River or Snow Tube Cover to offer protection to your skin and extend
the life of your tube.
Images of tubes in clearcreektubes snow or river covers are only for product display. This ad is for one naked Colossal inner tube.
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Snow Tube Combos Snow Tube Covers
Tow-Able Snow Tube Combos Tow-Able Snow Tube Covers
River Tube Combos River Tube Covers
River Tube Mesh Combos River Tube Mesh Covers
River Tube Combos with Buckles River Tube Covers with Buckles
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Inner Tube Maint. Kit
Products are intended for recreational use only. It is not a Life
Saving Device. All the time wear proper safety equipment whilst using. This
includes Life Vests and Helmets for River Tubing; Helmets and Warm
Clothing for Snow Tubing.
*If using any ClearCreekTubes products with
a motorized vehicle you. the user/purchaser assume all
responsibility…if doing so please be safe, wear a helmet!
How to inflate your
ClearCreekTubes Inner Tube in 3 steps
1. Remove the valve cap. Screw in the
core valve. Replace the valve cap.
This is best accomplished with a ClearCreekTubes Maintenance
Kit core valve driver. If you do not have a core valve driver you’ll be able to use a
pair of tweezers but do be careful; do not puncture the tube, do not bend the
core valve. Do not over tighten the core valve; it should be snug but not over
tight. Removing this valve is the best way to deflate the tube.
2. If you have purchased the
ClearCreekTubes River or Snow Cover put the tube in the cover now.
Huge 44” cover fits the 8.25r20 or 10.00r20 inner tubes.
Colossal 54” cover fits the 10.00r20 inner tube.
Unfold and center the tube in the
cover. As you air the tube you should re-center it a few times to be sure it
remains even within the cover. Air the tube just until the tube fits the cover
and most of the wrinkles are gone. At about 30” the tube will feel tight. It is
not full. Continue to air the tube until it fits the cover.
If no cover was purchased go to step 3.
the tube using any gas station air pump, bicycle air pump or air compressor. For
your convenience ClearCreekTubes now offers a travel air compressor Inflation
Kit. eBay item number: 171348895259
At about 30” the tube will
feel tight. It is not full. Please continue to inflate until you reach the
specified size for your tube.
8.25r20 inner tubes will reach a
maximum of 44”. Inflate to 42”.
10.00r20 inner tubes will reach a
maximum of 48”. Inflate to 44”.
12.00r20 inner tubes will reach a
maximum of 60”. Inflate to 52”.
If you overinflate the tube it’s going to stress the rubber making
it easier to pop or puncture. The more give it has, the more abuse it can
withstand. Needless to say, air expands as it heats. If you leave your inflated tube
out in the heat it’s going to get bigger and bigger until it pops. To prevent this
you should All the time be prepared to release some air from the tube.
You should store your tube in a cool dry place either
deflated or underinflated.
If you have a question please email or call 404-643-7578