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GlennR

Easy Tire Changer

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Check out this link. They have a really cool simple tire changing tool. There's a video showing how to use it. I don't know what it cost to ship to the US. Maybe not too bad, or maybe you could find a machine shop to make it. The EU price is $175 dolloars including shipping & tax.

http://kauritmoto.com/ (click the English tab)

I didn't know how to pull & post a picture of it...

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That looks amazing....very fast and easy,,,,too bad there's no english version of the video.

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I'm hoping to find somebody to make one nearby. It sure looks like a good tool that some of the bike racks & gadget makers might want to offer.

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I got mine through a group buy on another site... $120. Lucky with that price.... A couple other guys got them at whatever the current exchange/conversion is/was, around $170. Quality piece and works as advertised. I would have happily paid "full" price.

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I want one too, but don't want to spend $200 for it.

Wonder how we do a group buy? These things would sell like hotcakes in the US at $100 each.

They really need to get a US distributor.

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Wow!!! I don't need an english version to tell me that tool is sweet!!! I can tell cuss words in any language and I did not hear any from that guy!! Looks almost too easy. Good find!

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Comment on another site was that it looked like a pretty soft tire in the video? Wounder how it would do with a maxxis IT?

I would be in for a group buy

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I am also skeptical and would like to hear from someone who has used this device on a moderate/hard tire. If we can get some positive feedback, I'm 'all in' on a group purchase.

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