Timothy in WA
Got one a couple weeks ago. Used it for the first time mounting a Tubliss system on my rear wheel and using the Stubby tire tools. This made changing the tire pretty simple, even doing the Tubliss for the first time. I don't use the set screws on the top portion, this way I can spin the top of the stand instead of walking around it....That works pretty good! Not a 5 star stand, but worth every penny. OK, an update on this stand....There are a few things that need to be mentioned. One, the tool holder holds water, drill a hole in it before assembling the stand. The "mini ring" doesn't work on 10" wheels (I hate changing 10" tires)...used the floor. As a note, I did put the whole CRF 50 on the tire stand to do the work I needed to get done. That worked great. I still like the stand, but mini wheels are a no-go (haven't tried 12" wheels yet, but it seems the ring is sized properly for those. It wouldn't hurt to bolt it to a piece of plywood or straight to the floor for a bit more stability. The plastic caps on the legs fall off (if it matters to you). I still have the set screws loose to be able to spin the stand (should be a "feature"). Still liking the stand, just a few "things" that need to be addressed.Read All Reviews
Timothy in WA
These are SO easy to mount tires with. I'm not crazy about removing stubborn tires as they are plastic and will break under to much force. I mounted a Tubliss (first time install), using a Tusk tire changing stand. Everything worked easily. Mounting tires with tubes is a little harder, but still pretty easy. I'd pick this set over the 3 tire spoons method any day.Read All Reviews
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