Changing tires

Hey guys,

I have been lazy in my old age and have let other people change over my tires on my bikes. I was wondering what kind of tire irons is everyone using nowadays. Years ago I always just used big screwdrivers. I was going to get some.

the motion pro ones work really good about $35 a pair well worth it

i use the cheap 4 dollar for each one, Emgo brand they work great and the tire goes on easy when WD-40 is used!

Garrett

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I get my kicks on a 2001' YZ426!

Friendswood, TX

As with many things in life, lubrication is important. I use soapy water. Haven't tried the WD-40 trick.

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SHN

99'YZ-400 (Mine)

00' TT-R 125 (Hers)

91' KX-125 (Son #1)

93' CR-80 (Son #2)

99' PW-80 (Son #3)

[This message has been edited by enmerdeur (edited 03-26-2001).]

The best by far are the Terrycable Tyer Irons. Developed by Ty Davis of course. Big flat spoon like head, with a big comfy grip. Cut my tire changing time in half compared to regular tire irons. Nothing compares, unless you get someone else to do it for you.

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John E. Walker

#910

I find boiling water in a spray bottle and soap works good.

I have the Motion Pro's with the big bend 17".They rule!!

soapy water,use a wire brush on rim if corroded.

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