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Tire changing tool that does not take up all your shop space.


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#1 John Arsenault ONLINE  

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Posted May 30, 2016 - 08:31 AM

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Just wondering about getting the tire back on, sure is easy to get them off though.


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Posted May 30, 2016 - 10:15 AM

Here's the link if you want to buy one. They list it as a demounter only. I don't think it puts it back on.

 

http://www.northernt...86593_200486593



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Posted May 30, 2016 - 12:24 PM

Pretty neat, but tires all new and non rusty rims and such, no effort in pix to put in the tool. Must have had a Bead Breaker in diff video! Heh!  For that kind of money, think I'll just take mine over to the tire shop!  I do have HBFreight changer and mount it into my truck hitch when I want to use it. Have more luck at removing than re-mounting tho. It's a little high to work on truck, and bead breaker needs a bucket under it to hold up tire when breaking cause not on ground or floor.  When I'm done, I remove the changer and put back in corner of garage and I'm Done.  I too would not want that thing mounted to the floor as they say to do, and mounting on platform is not steady enough when pulling hard on lever.  I remove, store mounts most times. Smaller ones especially, they don't fit on my changer anyway, hubs not big enough.






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