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8 to 16 in. Tire Changer

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    $89.99

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Overview
Will handle up to 12-1/2 x 16 in. flotation tires

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  • 8 to 7-1/2 x 16 in. light truck tires  

 
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  • Pete Wabro

This unit works great. Changed two 16" car tires without any issues. I would highly recommend this. Well worth the $40 I paid for it.

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  • MidLIfeCrisis

Worked great for doing a 12" trailer tire. Bead breaker is adjustable and worked quickly. Although it can't be used for motorcycle tires, the bead breaker can be used. Instructions in the manual are terrible. I used it without mounting it to the floor,but I had a 2nd person to stand on an stabilize the stand. My plan is to mount 2x4's to a 4x4 plywood and screw the stand to it so that it is still portable, while having the stability. Changing 2 tires pays for it, a no-brainer.

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  • Billy

Works fine when properly set up. Not so good if you do not securely mount it.

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  • shawn johnson

If you live out in the country and have gravel roads in your commute, this product will come in handy. It works well once you get the hang of using the long bar to break the bead of the rim.

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  • Midnite Star

I used this to change 8 quad tires and it worked great. I did however make a modification. I bolted the upright to a 2" HSS this let me put it in the hitch of the truck rather than bolting it to the floor. I didn't use the bead breaker so I can't tell you how well it would work. I drove over the tire with my truck right beside the rim to break the beads which also worked great and was a lot less work. Don't forget lube is the most important part.

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  • motorguy

Works OK. I had to beef up the bead breaker because the thin arms flexed and bent when trying to break the bead on a tire that had been previously mounted with bead sealant. Even so, it has a tendency to slip off the tire as it deforms it. The other disappointment is the mounting shoe end of the bar. It really wants to twist and pop out of place even with the tire, rim and shoe well lubricated, especially on larger tires. A bit of grit tape helped a lot, as does holding the end of the bar.

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  • jfl

bead breaker had to be reinforced, other than that I am satisfied with this product for the price I paid, got it on sale for $59.00

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  • Rosaire Labarre

I wouldn't recommend this product if you are not equipped for metal work.

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Here are some Questions we've received for this item:

Andrew

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Re: Answer to question dated August 28,2014. All the shafts that I see on this machine are vertical not horizontal. What horizontal shaft are you referring to? What I am trying to determine is if the Motorcycle Tire Changer Attachment SKU: 8155236 that you used to sell will fit both of these tire changer bases. The only difference I see is this 40mm versus 50 mm shaft size. I have the adapter and need to buy a base from you. I would prefer the 16" to 20" base. However the adapter is listed as mating with the 8" to 16" base only- why? Will this Motorcycle Tire Changer Attachment SKU: 8155236 fit both of these bases? Thank you.

PA_Support_KC

September 08, 2014

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Sorry about the confusion. The attachment will only work with the 8-16" as the vertical shaft is 40mm. The 16"-20" is a larger 50 mm shaft so the adapter will not fit.

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Andrew

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When doing a comparison between this 8 to 16 in. Tire Changer SKU: 2050002 and the 16 to 20 in. Tire Changer SKU: 2050003, one lists a shaft size of 40 mm and the other lists a shaft size of 50mm. Exactly what shaft is this dimension referring to? Thanks.

PA_Support_EP

August 28, 2014

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The shafts that are being referred to are the bars that sits horizontally where you mount the tire.

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Rob

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I feel like a fool, but I do not understand how this works, I have it set up just like the picture and have a 7"x!5" passenger tire laying flat on the pedestal base but the rest makes no sense to me 'insert the flat end of the mount/demount bar into...... set the bead breaker shoe......' does not make sense to me even if I do try it reversed the bead breaker handle is almost against the center post when the shoe is fitting into the rim of the tire, what am I doing wrong?

PA_Support_MH

July 18, 2014

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As per the online manual here are the instructions: 1. Place the tire flat on the pedestal base (13), lining up the tire on the triangle shaped stopper to prevent the tire from slipping. 2. Place the bead breaker shoe (10) on the rubber of the tire, pressing against the rim. NOTE: The height of the bead breaker shoe (10) can be adjusted by unfastening the clevis pin (5) and positioning the bead breaker shoe (10) in the desired position and securing by reinserting the clevis pin (5). 3. Fit the flat end of the mounting / demounting bar (14) into the tube of the bead breaker handle (7). 4. Using the mounting / demounting bar (14) as a lever, press down on the bar to force the bead off of the rim. NOTE: The tire may need to be rotated if the bead does not come apart on the first attempt. The bead breaker shoe (10) may need to be placed in different positions along the rim. 5. Turn the tire over to the other side and repeat steps 1 through 5 Please contact us if you are having further problems.

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alex

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Will this change a big mud tire? 35/12.5/15

PA_Support_EP

April 29, 2014

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This tire changer is designed to remove 8 in. to light truck tires (7.5 x 16 in.) and will handle up to 12-1/2 x 16 in. flotation tires.

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Luke

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Can you use it to change ATV tires

KC

February 26, 2013

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Yes it can be use to change ATV tires.

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