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- Makes tire changing a breeze
- Great for shop or portable enough for track use
- Fits most all motorcycle wheels
- Heavy duty steel construction
- Long handle for maximum force to break through the toughest beads
- Solid wide base makes for solid foundation during use
- Adjustable bead popper
- Pre-drilled mounting holes to mount on floor or work bench if desired
- Black powder coated & zinc plated for years of use
- Center post with wing nut keeps rim rocked down during procedure
- 5 year warranty
4.43/5 Stars out of 7 Reviews
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| December 20th, 2020
Ok used this for the first time today the bead breaker worked very well. For dirt bikes the center bolt was plenty long. The best part is when your done if you put 5 or 6 pounds in the tire you can use the bead breaker on the spots that didn't seat all the way in to the bead with light pressure those spots will just pop right out.
| December 10th, 2020
I had to cut off the small round ring inside the larger ring to get my front wheel's disc to clear. All in all it worked better than a 2x4 under my truck's frame.
| October 26th, 2020
Better if bolted down to a pallet. needs large washer between wing nut and wheel center. Needs a tough plastic tube to protect threads on center rod.
| July 1st, 2020
I have no nearby bike shops, so I have always changed my own tires. I have used everything from a Harbor Freight Tools tire dismounter/bead breaker to different hand held tools that the manufacturer claimed were "the way" to easily pop the bead off a bike rim. These usually work ok on dirt bike tires, but street bike tires are different animals, specially on the large sportsbikes. I happened to come across this one on YouTube, and decided to give it a try. The short version is that it works better than anything I have ever tried. The wheel sits securely on the nicely padded upper rim, I didn't even need to use the center bolt to hold it in place. There's no interference with the brake disks (and on a sportsbike they're pretty large) once you remove the weird ring that's welded on the inside of this stand (not sure what its for). I used a cut-ff tool to take it off, being careful to not damage the rubber coating. Took 5 minutes. The lever used to apply pressure on the bead breaker supplies plenty of leverage to separate the tire from the rim. The adjustability of the bead breaker bar assures the bead breaker can be positioned in the right spot regardless of differences in wheel size. I did not mount the tire changer to any surface using the bottom tabs that are there for this purpose. I chose instead to bolt large plastic disks I had laying around (about 5" diameter) to the bottom tabs, and glued rubber pieces to the bottom of these disks. Now I can use the tire Changer anywhere without it sliding around on the floor. I'd buy another in a heartbeat, but I'd look for this particular model. I've seen others that look similar but don't have the nice rubber coating on the top rim and are flimsier, with the top and bottom pieces bolting together. This one is all one piece.
| July 26th, 2019
Only gripe is the round tube tool holder on the inside right side of the upper circle. It interferes with large rotors, easily cut it off with a hacksaw. This combined with a no scuff tire bar make life much easier.
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