Thread: Tips and Tricks
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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.

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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