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Old 10-18-2012, 11:24 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by itsatdm View Post

The trick is to push down on the tire with the big iron and work a smaller iron on each side and pull up. A little lubricant really helps. Work around the tire. By the time I have gone about 1/3 the way, the bead is broken.
This has worked for me as well. This thread has pics of the procedure. Don't expect instant miracles, just keep working at it.

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Originally Posted by LukasM View Post
That's a lot of weight right there, and very bulky too!

I would give the new MP Beadpro a shot, very light, short, packs flat and supposed to work great.

Those look slick. Anyone have experience with them and care to comment?
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