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    Mounting and dis-mounting tires..

    Mounting and dis-mounting tires with out a tire machine..how do you do this???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Air Sierra View Post
    Mounting and dis-mounting tires with out a tire machine..how do you do this???
    I found some great youtube videos on this, but It was a HUGE!!!! pain in the a$$. trust me pay the fees...
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    bead breaking slide hammer and a bunch of tire spoons..... i have all the stuff for doing tractor tires
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    Quote Originally Posted by Air Sierra View Post
    Mounting and dis-mounting tires with out a tire machine..how do you do this???
    Alot of dish soap, alot of bloody knuckles, and alot of wasted time. Pay to have them mounted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poor boy pulling View Post
    bead breaking slide hammer and a bunch of tire spoons.....
    I used my hi-lift
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    I do it all the time.. If you want help, lemme know!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suckerpunch View Post
    I used my hi-lift
    you can do that as well.
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    I need to buy some more air soft pellets before I mount the new rubbers.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Air Sierra View Post
    I need to buy some more air soft pellets before I mount the new rubbers.....
    Nice.. How many ounces in each?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suckerpunch View Post
    I used my hi-lift

    thats what I'd do, I've had to drive on a couple to pop em, haha, maybe not prefered method, but in a pinch, it will do

    its one of those "never want to do it, but glad I learned in my driveway before I hit the trail" type things

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    Hand tools. It's hard on rims, so if you have nice ones, pay the $$$. I can do it without scratching the rim, but it's 10x harder. If all you want to do is break a bead to put airsoft pellets in, that's pretty easy, provided you don't have beadlocks on both sides.
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    troyintahoe will do it for free
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    the shop next to me has a Tire Machine..just did my first tire by myself....what a pain with large tires!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Air Sierra View Post
    the shop next to me has a Tire Machine..just did my first tire by myself....what a pain with large tires!!
    on the machine or by hand?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 94pathfinder View Post
    on the machine or by hand?
    with a machine...but I don't change tires for a living so messing with a large tire for your first time with nobody to tell you how to work the machine was fun...

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    did you get them all done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 94pathfinder View Post
    did you get them all done?
    just one so far I'm swamped with airplanes Today..plus my DD drive TJ would only fit one tire inside..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Air Sierra View Post
    just one so far I'm swamped with airplanes Today..plus my DD drive TJ would only fit one tire inside..
    hey if you need help man give me a ring you know i know how to do tires. and if we can break them down im pretty sure my tire machine will work also to spin them off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poor boy pulling View Post
    hey if you need help man give me a ring you know i know how to do tires. and if we can break them down im pretty sure my tire machine will work also to spin them off.
    I think your machine will work for the other 3...the bais ply make a big difference when popping the bead with extra wide tires..

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    so does this mean that sponge bob is back up and running?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 94pathfinder View Post
    so does this mean that sponge bob is back up and running?
    should be by Sunday!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I still have stuff to do, but atleast I can drive it..

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    wooo hoooo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Air Sierra View Post
    I think your machine will work for the other 3...the bais ply make a big difference when popping the bead with extra wide tires..
    it should if not i have a big slide hammer for breaking beads
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