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Old 19-08-2012
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Awesome tyre changing tool

Saw this on cafe husky

http://www.kauritmoto.com/

The one on the top right, watch the video,the page is in Estoinian.

Makes it look very easy.
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Old 19-08-2012
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I call an 19inch tyre on an 18inch rim, great idea though.

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Wouldn't it scratch the crap out of your rim?

And it looks like that tyre had been on and off many times as it was extremely pliable!
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That's the softest rear tyre I have ever seen.
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If it works in the real world.....
That is a great invention!
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Looks ok, bloody expensive though.
Best tyre changing tool is a set of tyre levers!
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Yeh no probs fit that in ya bumbag, lightweight too...

No need to re-invent the wheel, i'll stick with a pair of simple levers.
Good thinking behind it though i will admit.
May be ok for workshops with guys that can't manage levers.
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Tyre Changer

Any body try one of these?

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looks to easy......I can do heaps harder and in nearly under a hour.....
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