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Tyres changer 2 months, 2 weeks ago #558943

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As the title says can you recommend me a tyre changer. Im not looking for a fancy automatic one that you see in bike workshops. A manual one will suffice and a tyre bar so I don't scratch and alloy wheel
Thanks in advance

Re: Tyres changer 2 months, 2 weeks ago #558947

I've been looking at the TYREFOX PRO not cheap at £270

Re: Tyres changer 2 months, 2 weeks ago #558949

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There are basic ones on eBay for around £30-£35 item 301968122050

Re: Tyres changer 2 months, 2 weeks ago #558956

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This is what I use as I bung it in the van, takes up very little space. I have done the S10 tyres along with the usual enduro stuff. endurotyres.com/rabaconda/
The secret of a long life is knowing when its time to go.

Re: Tyres changer 2 months, 2 weeks ago #559023

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A quick bump up.
Keep them coming please

Re: Tyres changer 2 months, 2 weeks ago #559026

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I've got a Sealey tools one, part number TC965, www.sealey.co.uk/PLPageBuilder.asp?x=0&a...p;requiredresults=16 . Works really well.

Re: Tyres changer 2 months, 2 weeks ago #559027

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i have the sealy one, looks same as this 331888486303 on ebay which is much cheaper.have even done 4x4 tyres with it.

Re: Tyres changer 2 months, 2 weeks ago #559030

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RichP wrote:
I've got a Sealey tools one, part number TC965, www.sealey.co.uk/PLPageBuilder.asp?x=0&a...p;requiredresults=16 . Works really well.


I have this one too and it's good. Just having a fixed base helps massively, I've also got a different bar with nylon ends.
Made changing KTM 950 rear tyres easy.

Steve

Re: Tyres changer 2 months, 2 weeks ago #559037

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bowber wrote:
RichP wrote:
I've got a Sealey tools one, part number TC965, www.sealey.co.uk/PLPageBuilder.asp?x=0&a...p;requiredresults=16 . Works really well.


I have this one too and it's good. Just having a fixed base helps massively, I've also got a different bar with nylon ends.
Made changing KTM 950 rear tyres easy.

Steve


What tyre bar do you use so you don't scratch alloy wheel???

Re: Tyres changer 2 months, 2 weeks ago #559050

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I don't use the tyre bar to be honest. I use rim protectors and tyre levers. The main advantage is the wheel being held securely at a good working height.
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