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These work for me. I use 2 of the 16 inch ones. The little lip on the ends really helps not to slip off and scratch your rim. http://www.motionpro.com/motorcycle/tools/category/16__steel_tire_iron/
The trick lightweight off road "tar arns" that Aerostitch sells look good , however owning a set of the BMW toolkit set has sufficed me for years . Dusty
For rim protectors, an old piece of garden hose slit lenghtwise will work.
I have a set of the Aerostich irons and while light I would still bring along a set of cheap long levers.
Perazzimx14, Sir, this sounds very interesting, but I cant tell exactly how you do it.... Ive never been good at explanations like this,If its not too much trouble, do you have a pic, or a diagram you can post to show how the technique works? Thanks Rick. ***Explanation :Sometimes a 4th tire iron is nice along with a piece of string. When starting to install the second side of the tire over the wheel push the tire bead over the rim in one spot Then put and iron under the rim and over the tire. Iron points away from the rim. Now take a piece of string and tie it to the free side of the lever, wrap around under the tire and tie it to a spoke or better yet the hub. This will keep the bead from walking when trying to lever the tire over the rim.
Proper way to get a tire changed.
I have an almost new c clamp style bead breaker for free if someone wants it. Pay shipping. It's heavy...
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