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Old 03-14-2009, 05:49 PM   #1
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dude it's easy...bandito and clayton can do it in 5 minutes, i know to use lots of soap.
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Old 03-14-2009, 06:15 PM   #4
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use dish soap and water mix...and add a small amount of air in the tubes when installing...it will help prevent pinching the tubes
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use dish soap and water mix...and add a small amount of air in the tubes when installing...it will help prevent pinching the tubes
you sir are correct.
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I use a bunch of soapy water and also heat the tire up in the over at like 115degrees. Makes it easier to stretch it over the rim. Takes less then 5mins to install it on the rim. Just push it down to stretch it over the rim.
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what everyone said. Dont waste your money. also dont thow the pinched tube aways. just patch it!!!
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also to note, if you heat or warm up the tires a bit before trying to wrap them around the rim, it can help alot. Definately use some soapy water tire irons.. you can pull it off with a flat head screwdriver if you have to but it's gonna be alot easier to pop that tube. hope that helps
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