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New tool/toy! - February 22, 2011, 10:17 PM

So what did you guys spend tax return money on? I added to the garage.

Nomar tire changer.


It's now bolted to the floor. Who needs there tires changed
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February 22, 2011, 10:25 PM

Sweet!


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I have been thinking about getting one of those myself. Let me know how it works out for you. I might get one.
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February 22, 2011, 10:28 PM

nice!! I have a thing for tire changers


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how much did one of those set you back?


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He won't tell you, but he will pull off your rubber for favors.............


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how much did one of those set you back?
Well I already had the balancer so the 2011 pro model with all the goodies was about $1205 delivered to the door.
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I have been thinking about getting one of those myself. Let me know how it works out for you. I might get one.
I have changed 4 sets of tires on it so far and it's been nothing but SWEET! If you want to come give it a shot before you go buying one just let me know.
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nice!! I have a thing for tire changers
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February 23, 2011, 12:19 AM

My boy have it and i was going to get one, but the cost is pretty steep...

Im picking up a full small shop tire changer $1,045 delivered. I plan on coping it this summer. The price of the nomar is the only thing that kept me off it. It just seems way to much. My boy got his about 3 years ago and I get my tires changed there. Looks straight forward. I use to use the old school cheapo tire breaker and irons...bent a few rotors with that. Use a tire changer to help my friends shop out and loved it.


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they had some kind at the moto show, they were going for 4something and seemed pretty complete and functional. David you remember what kind?


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those were nomar, they had the complete sets for 4 something


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those were nomar, they had the complete sets for 4 something
Yea they have 3 different models and one off brand model they sell. The other models would be perfect ( and cheaper ) then the one I got but they can't handle the ATV and big cruiser tires as well.
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My boy have it and i was going to get one, but the cost is pretty steep...

Im picking up a full small shop tire changer $1,045 delivered. I plan on coping it this summer. The price of the nomar is the only thing that kept me off it. It just seems way to much. My boy got his about 3 years ago and I get my tires changed there. Looks straight forward. I use to use the old school cheapo tire breaker and irons...bent a few rotors with that. Use a tire changer to help my friends shop out and loved it.


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Yea I looked into just about every changer out there. I chose the nomar because of the warranty, no chance of wheel damage, and I didn't want a loud/slow air unit like we have at the shop. I used one of the nomar units at a show in Florida and with very little practice I can easily change a tire faster and with no chance in damaging the wheel.
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