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January 17, 2004, 04:24 PM

http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=47186

Sweet tire changer at a great price. Anyone know if it will do regular car wheels? Big trucks?

Id like to buy one.
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4 clamp pneumatic internal/external clamping with rim capacity of 12''-20'' /11''-18'', 36'' max. tire diameter;
I imagine you could could do car tires too as long as you don't have huge bling bling wheels. I've been using one of these for my last few tire changes. Much easier than tire irons, especially when you need to do it twice because you put it on backwards the first time.


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http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=47186

Sweet tire changer at a great price. Anyone know if it will do regular car wheels? Big trucks?

Id like to buy one.
Ricardo, Check with KRS12Steve on ADV rider. He has one he wastalking about getting rid of. (not quite that elaborate)

If you do get the one you linked to, let me know. I'll show you how to use it. I used to change tires part time when I was in college. I have probably done 150-200 full sets of 4


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