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Discussion in 'Australia' started by 1coolbanana, Apr 4, 2018.
Don't you have any mates?
Have seen this one being demo'd at a few shows. From Tyrepliers.
Unfortunately not within 100k's.
And Im a prick!
That'll do it every time....
Geeezzz, that looks like it would rip the shit out of your rims!
They never show an E09 Dakar rear being removed to they!!!
Sadly I'm not in Sydney these days otherwise I'd call past and flick it off for you just out of sympathy, 1cb. Mind you a guy with a trolley and a tailgate loader ute would make short work of delivering that so next excuse
I got a quote for one of those to deliver and they wanted $350 to drop it off in front of my shed.
Wouldnt on principle!
+1 for Cycle Hill, handy even if you're not using them.
These are handy when fitting new tyre.
Girrawheen to where you are? Gumtree I guess. Hell I'd almost drive to Sydney to do it for 350. Almost.
Im in Annangrove.
About 30 minutes away.
I could pick it up, just cant get it off the trailer!
Yes, looks like it would grind 0.5mm of aluminium every tyres change
l use one of those Ballads type changers that I have Modified with longer legs but I use a Baja No pinch tool . l can do a 908RR in 5-10 min without Scraping knuckles . I Just need to make he legs a bit longer. Or there is this
Geez Marc, HTFU, spend the money on a tyre fitting machine.
I man handled mine from the the tilt tray at the front of my garage to the back of my garage on broom sticks.
Who needs mates when you have ingenuity.
Get them from Bunning's, https://www.bunnings.com.au/oates-1-35m-x-22mm-duratuff-bamboo-broom-handle_p4480204
My tyre machine has paid for itself in the last 12 months.
Best thing sliced sliced bead.
I have my own workshop and use my car machines to do it takes no time at all. Maybe scope Gumtree for an old machine?
$$? Wodger? Looks cool.
It's a ripper mate.
@PBee has a good setup
The SCA with the bike attachment aren't much chop unless you spend some time modifying it. I use mine for hanging old tubes off it, it's seems okay for that.
I bought the Tyre pliers one second hand and it's pretty good. Not sure If I'd pay the price of a new one though. Only one tyre has beaten me and that's an 18" Dunlop tubeless on my wifes Victory. But even the tyre fitter rekons they're a pain.
If I was going to HTFU, Id continue doing it the old fashion way, not the old and decrepit wusses way of getting a machine!