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Hey there, I've got a set of 38x15.5R15 tires that are pretty old at this point and have a good amount of dry rot but still have decent tread to them.. I want to be able to still use them off road but want to put in tubes just in case.. Any idea what size to use? Thanks in advance!
 

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I'm in the tire business and tubes are still a big part of the business. I don't have a tube that would fit but definitely recommend against putting them in. If the tires are at the point that they're sidewall leaking it's time for new!

You're in New England, try Pete's Tire Barn they're a large commercial operation, might have something that'll fit.
 

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I agree X10 with the wininutah no tubes in bad tires unless just going to be driving around on the back 40 and never on the road.
 

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No roads.. Been in the tire business for a long time and know better.. Thanks though.. Trail Rig only
 
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