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Repair your motorcycle tire issues with high quality tire tools.
james in PA
I bought these to use on the trail. So I thought the small size was perfect. Of course I ended up with a flat. I used these tire irons and I never got the tire off. They bent extremely easily. I had to limp back on the flat and use the full size irons. I threw them away.Read All Reviews
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