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Old 09-08-2009, 10:05 PM   #1
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Motorcycle Tyre Repair Kits & Bead Breakers

Hi Everyone

After many years of frustration with the lack of tyre repair products available for the motorcyclist, we decided to develop a range of puncture repair products and Manual Tyre Changing Equipment. We did this to cater for those people, like ourselves, that were sick of being handed either push bike puncture repair gear or automotive patches.

Finally after years of development, testing and manufacturing, we have produced a comprehensive range of products that are light weight (while being incredibly strong ) and compact.

After reading through your site I realised most of your subscribes probably wouldn't be aware of our product range that would be handy to a lot of your readers. I appreciate the opportunity to show all interested parties a range of products that I'm sure many of your readers are unaware are available.

Here are a few of our Products and more can be seen at our website http://www.tyrepliers.com.au I am more than happy to answer any questions you have about the products, (please take into account time zones for our response times) and we are more than open to group purchase discounts if the products are shipped to one location.

Motorcycle Bead Breaker
Video Of Product Working
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWcMGnISWQM&feature=player_embedded





The Tyrepliers Motorcycle Bead Breaker is suitable for use on rims up to 6” in width. The tool has been designed knowing weight and size is a big issue. The Motorcycle Bead Breaker weighs only 700 grams, and has been sized to fit in a pannier bag. The unit has been electroplated for rust resistance, and has a High Tensile thread for strength. The Tyrepliers Motorcycle Bead Breaker comes with a 12-month warranty.

PART NUMBER BB105
The unit has also been designed to work in the simplest way.
To break the bead all pressure in the tyre must be released by removing the valve.
To use this tool correctly please follow these instructions:
Adjust the tool to the width of the rim.
Place the bead breaker through the centre of the rim between the spokes and locate on the tyre bead.
Break the bead by winding the tool to apply equal pressure to both feet until the bead is broken. **Ensure that the feet push only on the bead of the tyre.
Move the tool around the rim and repeat the action until the bead pops.


Complete Motorcycle Tyre Repair Kit For Tubed Motorcycles

Complete Tubed Motorcycle Repair Kits
2 x 200mm Tyre Levers Forged Both Ends
1 x Stitching/Rasp Tool
6 x 32mm Round Tube Patches
6 x 43 mm Round Tube Patches
6 x 57mm Round Tube Patches
2 x Internal Radial Patches
1x Valve Extension 90deg
1 x Vulcanising Valve Stem (will reattach to old tube)
2 x 10cc Vulcanising Cement
1 x Chalk 2 x Tyre Valve Cores
1 x Valve Cap With Valve Removing Tool
1 x Co2 Inflator/Hand pump
3 x Co2 Cylinders
PART NUMBER KIT116

Complete Motorcycle Tyre Repair Kit For Tubed Motorcycles

With Beadbreaker and 300mm Levers

Complete Tubed Motorcycle Repair Kits
1 x Motorcycle Beadbreaker
2 x 300mm Tyre Levers Forged Both Ends
1 x Stitching/Rasp Tool
6 x 32mm Round Tube Patches
6 x 43 mm Round Tube Patches
6 x 57mm Round Tube Patches
2 x Internal Radial Patches
1x Valve Extension 90deg
1 x Vulcanising Valve Stem (will reattach to old tube)
2 x 10cc Vulcanising Cement
1 x Chalk 2 x Tyre Valve Cores
1 x Valve Cap With Valve Removing Tool
1 x Co2 Inflator/Hand pump
3 x Co2 Cylinders
PART NUMBER KIT114


Complete Motorcycle Tyre Repair Kit For Tubeless Motorcycles

Complete Tubeless Motorcycle Repair Kit
1 x Motor Cycle Bead Breaker (Patent No. PP4684)
2 x 300mm Tyre Levers Forged Both Ends
1x Plug Reamer / Insertion Tool
5 x Bullet Inserts (Maruni)
2 x Internal Radial Patches
1 x Internal Universal Patch
1 x Stitching/Rasp Tool
4 x 32mm Round Patches
1x Valve Extension 90deg
2 x Tyre Valve Cores
1 x Valve Cap With Valve Removing Tool
1 x Chalk
2 x 10cc Vulcanising Cement
1 x Co2 Inflator/Hand pump
3 x Co2 Cylinder
1 x Plug Trimming Blade
PART NUMBER KIT115
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Old 09-09-2009, 08:54 PM   #2
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I've had the bead breaker for a couple of years now, and it's saved my bacon more than once. I do tires for a living, and this is hands-down the best thing on the market for getting the job done quickly and easily.
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Old 09-09-2009, 08:57 PM   #3
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Great to hear
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Old 09-10-2009, 03:46 AM   #4
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this is hands-down the best thing on the market for getting the job done quickly and easily.
Agreed, except it would be nice if it was smaller and lighter - packing it in for us is a question of will we or won't we devote the space and weight to it everytime we go on a trip - never left it at home yet though.
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Old 09-10-2009, 06:31 AM   #5
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Agreed, except it would be nice if it was smaller and lighter - packing it in for us is a question of will we or won't we devote the space and weight to it everytime we go on a trip - never left it at home yet though.
I fitted the tool to the two bikes I have and then cut off the excess length of rod to make it more compact. Saves a lot of room.
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Old 09-10-2009, 09:54 AM   #6
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I am liking the look of this thing, especially since it's been redesigned & hopefully no longer suffers the problems the first one had.

One thing worries me though: Once the bead pops off on one side, how do you get the second side loose? I'd love to hear from those who've used it in the field.

I'll be using it on a BMW GS800 running Heidenau K60s. I've already discovered the the rear can be a bitch to remove even when it's smoking hot from running down the road flat. Some tough sidewalls . . .
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Old 04-17-2011, 02:48 PM   #7
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Anybody ever get an answer for this possibility? When one side of the tire lets go how do you get the other side loose? Move it a bit and hope the other side lets go instead of the one that came off previously? From the looks of the tool I don't think I'd want to stick in on the rim and then try to pull the difficult side loose. I'm holding off on my purchase wondering ...

OK tire experts ... educate me on what I should carry on my next trip.
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Old 11-26-2011, 11:48 AM   #8
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According to this post you have to wrestle with it (scroll down quite a bit).
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Old 04-10-2013, 12:40 PM   #9
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how much for the bead breaker alone for and ADV member ?

shipped to 99504?
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Old 04-10-2013, 08:12 PM   #10
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How much for kit114 to 95713?
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