Tire machine.

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  • revdevil

Posted January 17, 2005 - 06:35 PM


Does anyone know of a manual tire changing machine (possibly like the one you had in high school autoshop) that is in production or if any one has one that is for sale?

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  • sirthumpalot

Posted January 17, 2005 - 07:25 PM


There are several after-market versions, from stand alones to models that attach to your hitch receiver. They merely hold the tire for you while you wrestle with it. ZipTy makes one (www.ziptyracing.com), I forget who makes the other models. I assume you mean for bike tires?

If you mean for auto tires, check out harbor freight tools. They have the real deal tire changers for just over $1000. Tire balancers for about the same if I remember correctly. I would have a set of those if only I had more than a one car garage! Wait, harbor freight (http://www.harborfreight.com/) has a few manual units. Just browse to the address above, and do a keyword search for "tire changer". You'll see the full deals, and some $50 manual deals. Hope this helps!

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