Jeff in OR
Bought this to go in my pack. Doesn't read. Reads my front tire, but doesn't read my back. Looks like the center piece is flush with the part that contacts the top rim of the valve. If your valve stem is flush or below the rim it won't work. Crap. Buy something else. EDIT: My air pressure in the rear tire was low, about 4 lbs. If I increase the pressure in the tire the gauge will read sporadically. Two other gauges, one digital and one other cheap gauge I got from the auto parts store (0-20 psi) read this tire every time and both read it as 4 psi.Read All Reviews
Alan in OH
Thick tube and great price.Read All Reviews
Thomas in PA
I know when I change tires, getting the valve stem in the hole is a pain. This tool is easy to use and works great. only bad thing is you have to remove valve to screw it on. Then put back in and put air in tire. If you like your fingers,get one.Read All Reviews
Larry in TX
Stand and bead breaker works well, only complaint is that there is a inch diameter circular steel piece on one side of the stand, I'm assuming to put tools in when you aren't using it, but they put it up too high. You have to be careful that your spokes don't sit on it, and it gets in the way when you want to spin the tire around on the stand. Other then that, great!Read All Reviews
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we make sure to stock everything you need to keep your dirt bike tires performing at their best. This page features tubes and tools, the ideal combination when it comes to fixing flats or mounting new tires. If you do a lot of riding, it’s best to get the right set of tools for the garage and a spare tube or two for emergencies on the trail.
With our dirt bike tire tools, you’ll find several styles of tire irons (including the spoon-type tire irons) and lube to help you get your tire mounted. Rim locks keep your tube in place, and this is particularly important when riding in off-road situations where tire pressure is generally a bit lower. We’ve got a variety of products to fix, replace or trick out your valve stems. And of course, you’ll find all the right tools when it comes to proper inflation – hand pumps, air compressors, tube repair and more. Don’t forget tire pressure gauges to make sure that your dirt bike is running the right PSI. We carry an extensive selection of tire tools because we know that you need options when getting your bike primed for the ride.
When it comes to the tubes themselves, you’ll discover plenty of choices. When you’re on your dirt bike, your tubes need to be dependable if you don’t want to ruin a good day on the trail. And if you race motocross, hare scrambles, enduro or anything else, nothing’s more frustrating than finding yourself with a DNF because of a flat tire. That’s why we carry the brands you trust:
Not only do we carry tubes in all major sizes, we also stock several varieties as well. For example, the heavy duty motorcycle tubes are highly acclaimed, and several brands manufacture them. We even carry sophisticated tubeless solutions to convert your existing tires into a flat-free setup, ensuring that you don’t have to worry about flats at all.
Take a look now to see how many types of dirt bike tubes and tire tools we really have. And you know that when you shop with Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, you’re getting ultra-fast shipping at phenomenal prices.