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post #1 of 19 Old 07-16-2014, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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Red face $90 to remove and replace tires

Not for nothing but, i just decided to not pay $90 bucks anymore for bringing my wheels in to my local bike shop and have them spend 4 minutes on the tire machine to remove and install new tires. thats right i bring wheels in that i already removed off the bike,

I order a nomar classic tire changer and been viewing those videos before i arrives tomorrow,

ill follow up with a review on how i did.
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post #2 of 19 Old 07-16-2014, 06:30 PM
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wow 90 !!! i have the nomar tire changer and change maybe 20 tire on it and it work fine! once you get the trick its sooo eazy!
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Seeing as mine is a race bike, the tires are always changed at the track for free when we buy new race tires.
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That's still less than the HD dealer charges my neighbor....
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post #5 of 19 Old 07-16-2014, 08:39 PM
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Wow locally here its $35 total, for front and rear mounting. Worth it to me to save sweat and muscle. But for $90 wow I would defiantly change my own, Shit dirt bike tires are hard enough.
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I had a local Bike shop, yeah I know the guy change 4 rims for me for $10 a wheel...yeah 4 for $40 was out of there in less than an hour....when it's that cheap save the sweat.....I do have the tools do my own though even balance but looking to buy the No MAR tire changer Bar...that's really all I need next for my manual tire changer.



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That changer is sweet! I'm definitely ordering one of those now. Where did you order yours from?
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i have a no mar classic, it's well designed and very easy to use. i use windex during removal and install, so there is no worry about the tire slipping on the rim.
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Curious how much of a pain an 18" x 8.5" car tire would be to change on this. If its even possible.
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post #10 of 19 Old 07-19-2014, 05:14 AM Thread Starter
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Hey guys, watched nomars video about 15 times and installed my tires, i must say
with being inexperienced like myself it took about 5 minutes, it took longer to set up the machine about 25 minutes then change tires.
money well spent on my part i think,
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