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GOODYEAR TUBE G15/6.00-6 BUTYL TUBE TR 67A, B

$179.75/Each
Part# 06-05305
MFR Model# 302-246-400

Overview

A "B" at the end of a description means BENT valve stem. An "S" at the end of a description means STRAIGHT valve stem.

  • (1) For use in both 5.00-5 and G380x150-5 (15x6.00-5).
  • (2) For use in both 6.00-6 and 15x6.00-6 tires
  • (3) For use in both 7.00-6 and 8.00-6 tires.
  • (4) For use in 6.50-8, 19.5x6. 75-8 & 22x8.00-8 tires.
  • (5) Discontinued, call for Special Pricing
-Natural rubber aircraft tubes comply with the requirements of Goodyear QAI 2525, which the U.S. Military has accepted in lieu of MIL-I-5014.

-Flight Mate (Butyl) tubes comply with the requirements of SAE document AS 50141.
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Q&A

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Q: What size tube do I use for the 18X5X5 tire on a 337 Skymaster?

Use part # 06-01221, LEAKGUARD INNER TUBE 18-5.5, for the 18x5x5 tire.

Q: What size tube is needed for the 15x6.00-6 tires for the Cardinal RG?

This tube, Part# 06-05305, will work great.

Q: What is the difference between a 6.00x6 tire and a 15/6.00x6?

The first number before the "x" indicates the tire's height or diameter when inflated and not under load. The middle number, that is the digits between the "x" and the "-," indicates the tire's width. So, the 15 x 600-6 specifically calls out the height as 15 inches. The standard 600-6 will be taller.

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