OK, not sure this is the right forum, but I trust my olders and betters (sic) to move this as appopriate.
Anyway, I stuck a spike through my wheelbarrow tyre - long story - got it all apart, and now I can't get it back together again!
I know about bicycle innner tubes, including smaller-diameter kid's bikes:
And I reckon you'd need 2 stilsons and a hammer to make that work, which would bust the new tube in the process..... so what's the right way? Or do we just chuck the wheel away and get another? Surely not@!
- Get the tyre wall half on the rim
- Get the inner tube, slightly inflated, in under the tyre on the rim
- Get the other tyre rim back over
- Inflate all