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How do tires stay inflated?

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September 12, 2011 10:56PM

There are tires with innertubes and some that don't need them. The tire is filled to recommended pressures of about 30-40 PSI with air or some kind of inert gas. The pressure is great enough to push the sidwalls of the tire against the wheel that keeps air from leaking out.