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  1. 1 review

    The Micro-Start Tire Inflator/Air Pump from Antigravity Batteries is compact and easy to take anywhere. Allowing you to use your Micro-Start XP-1 or XP-10 to inflate your motorcycle or car tires no matter where you may be. Simply just plug your Micro-Start into the tire inflator for portable use, or use the 9ft cable and cigarette port on your vehicle. Size:4.25" (108 mm) x 3.5" (90mm) x 1.5" (38mm). Weighs only 1 pound. On board LED light for night use. Kit Includes: 1 pc MICRO START INFLATOR 1 piece 12" cable (SAE to DC 5.5mm) to attach the Inflator to the MICRO-STARTS 12v Output for portable use of the Inflator. 1piece 9ft. long Cable (SAE to Male Cig Lighter) with male cigarette lighter tip to attach to a cars cigarette lighter port as optional way to power the inflator. (The 9ft cable can reach any tire on typical vehicle when plugged in) 1 piece Needle tip for pumping up Sports Balls 1piece Plastic Tip for Small Inflatables
  2. 1 review

    The beast has born again. The next generation of Kauritmoto Tire Mounting Tool has been released. The all-new TMT4 TireChargers includes the original TMT tool and the mighty Up&Down pusher system with refined geometry, high range of changeable tire sizes, rim-lock inserter, tire locker, rim hook, tire iron holder and more! Adjustable to all motocross/enduro tires from 10″ mini bikes to 21″ tires. Easy adjustment for each different rim size. Of course, it is foldable and fits into your support truck. It is true one-size-fits-all tire machine that will make miracles in your workshop. Changing even the hardest tires with large BIB-mousses has never been easier. The TMT4 set includes (Price 419 EUR (approx. 474 USD)) > Foldable tire mounting stand 10″ to 21″ > Wheel locking axle with end-cap (this will lock the wheel to the stand) > Up&Down pusher system > Tire iron holder > Rim hook > Tire bead holder > (Tire irons and TMT tool are not included in the base price) Available extras: > Kauritmoto TMT tool for easy installing of tires (+80 EUR) > Superaxle (for wheels with axle diameter 12 mm to 20 mm) (+60 EUR) > Short pusher for TMT tool (for 10″-14″ wheels) > TMT tested 16″ tire irons (+51 EUR for 3 pc) More info at: http://www.tiremountingtool.com
  3. 4 reviews

    Knobby Knife is a powerful, 100-watt heating tool that maintains over 500 degrees heat while cutting rubber. With its patent pending blade made of high quality tool steel, you will be able to quickly and easily sharpen the knobbies of your worn dirt bike tires saving you time and money as you won't be replacing your tires nearly as often. Gone are the days of vice grips and razor blades. Knobby Knife is a free-hand tool that will sharpen your dirt bike tires quickly and easily. Stay ahead of your competition, drastically extend the life of your tires, and save some serious money with this tool. Don't be fooled by cheap imitations! Knobby Knife is the original knobby tire sharpening tool. Mfr's Demo Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tyuUgTHF5w
  4. 9 reviews

    The Baja No Pinch tire tool is designed to simplify the installation of your dirt bike tires. The powerful rack and pinion system pushes the tire over the rim, eliminating the chance of a pinched inner tube during installation. The Tool is constructed to be both light weight and strong and can easily be carried in your travel pack. It comes standard with a 20mm axle shaft. The CNC machined parts on the Tool are all manufactured in the USA. All parts are anodized or treated with black oxide for longevity and improved appearance. Quality workmanship and materials add up to many years of reliable service.
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    Love the bike. Complete rebuild/restoration ($4000 or so). The 2nd/5th gears and 14R/48 sprockets are great choices. I love the look I've ended up with and couldn't be happier with the ride on and off road. Great bike for me.
  6. Not sure where to put this question, so hope here is good. I want to buy a good tire changer and balancer for my garage. The plan is to do my own tires, and some for family, friends, and probably a few neighbors to. I hate junky tools, but it doesn't nned to be the best either because I am not running a commercial shop doing many tires a day. In the past i just used the axle bolt and my bench vise to try balancing with the squeeze on lead spoke weights. So want a bit better balancer. But for spoked wheels are those the go to type of weights or is there a better way to balance? Thanks
  7. My local shop charges $66 for each. I feel like this is kind of a rip off but don't know if it's worth it to buy a press and spoons to use on 3 tires every 2 years.
  8. Ordered D606, tire spoons, FMF Powercore4, protaper evo cr-high bars, protaper risers, and protaper adapters for my MSR handguards. Going to be an entirely different bike next week! And 65F temps to boot! 😏 edit: UPS is now reporting they've lost my tire
  9. 5 reviews

    RHINO USA DIGITAL TIRE PRESSURE GAUGE - PREMIUM 150 PSI, LIGHTED NOZZLE & LCD BACKLIT DISPLAY ✓ SIMPLE TO USE - Blue LCD Display & Lighted Nozzle Makes Checking Tire Pressure Easy, Night or Day! ✓ SNAP-ON QUALITY TOOL - Ergonomic Design with Certified Accuracy in 4 Ranges: PSI, BAR, KPA, Kg/cm2 ✓ SAVE TIME AND MONEY - Properly Inflated Tires Save Fuel, Last Longer and Increase Performance RHINO USA HEAVY DUTY ANALOG TIRE PRESSURE GAUGE (0-75 PSI) - CERTIFIED ANSI B40.1 ACCURATE ✓ RUGGED PERFORMANCE - Our Large 2" Dial is Heavy Duty, Glow in the Dark and Feels Solid in the Hand ✓ SNAP-ON QUALITY TOOL - Certified Accuracy, Solid Brass 360 Swivel and "No-Leak" Braided Air Hose ✓ SAVE TIME AND MONEY - Properly Inflated Tires Save Fuel, Last Longer and Increase Performance Lifetime Warranty! https://www.rhinousainc.com/pages/warranty
  10. Ok so I've always been a believer of doing all my own wrenching.. right up until a tire pops. I can change a car tire on a machine but I don't own one. I have a handful of tire irons and keep spare tubes but for the life of me I can't change a dirt bike tire.. hell most of the time I can't even get a flat off a rim. Needless to say I'm sick of spending 20-40$ depending on where I am to have someone else do it. Any tips to learning this frustrating job? And how do I do it without damaging my rims?
  11. http://img8.imageshack.us/img8/2357/getattachmentaspxnlr.jpgI went to harbor freight today Found a decal remover and notice that it look like a KnobbyKnife so i bought it and it works awesome! I did 2 back tires today.Only 8.99 The top blade holder will work in almost any solder iron. http://www.harborfreight.com/ http://img23.imageshack.us/img23/1783/getattachmentaspx1jsx.jpg http://www.knobbyknife.com/
  12. I recently moved a 4 hour drive from my old house where my buddy changed all my tires with a machine. I'm going to pick up a Tusk tire changer with bead breaker. What other bits and pieces are essential for a good tire change kit? Irons, valve stem puller....anything else?
  13. I don't know what is wrong but I have had enough for tonight. First time trying to put a rear tire on. I've watched all the vids and have all the tools. I've rebuilt motors quicker then I have spent trying to get the tire on. I've taken it off and on more times then I can count but never can get it to finially mount. There is always too much tire to tuck under. There is no way the get it to finish seating. It literally should not be this heard. . I'm either going to bend my rim or spoon if I keep trying. I need help. done for the night..check tomm.
  14. 4 reviews

    Are bloody knuckles, stress, and back and knee pain supposed to be part of the tire changing experience? It may seem that way. That is until you use a Rabaconda. The Rabaconda tire changer makes changing tires in under 3 minutes a reality for professional and home mechanics alike. Rabaconda is a result of passion, mixed with many years of intense research and development. Comfortable working height No more backache or working on your knees Compact and easily assembled in seconds, no tools needed Tire can be removed completely by pushing it down with the bead breaker Excellent grip on any surface and uneven ground Works on tubeless, mousse, Tubliss and regular tube set ups Rigid and durable construction Light weight Tire lever tray at comfortable height Strong Cordura 1000D carry-bag for comfortable and compact storage Quick-release bolts for fast switching between wheel sizes Bead breaker positioning system Oval profile lever with good grip Premium quality product. Made in EU. The Rabaconda is without a doubt the quickest and easiest way to change your tire! It is race tested by over 80 top riders and factory teams across the globe. You won’t see any other tire changer brand on the racing scene, and that is for good reason. The Rabaconda is even approved by the AMA (American Motorcycling Association) as their official tire changer at the ISDE (International Six Days of Enduro). “With the Rabaconda, I was able to change tires much faster than I ever have before, and with about half the effort I was used to putting in.” Taylor Robert, Factory FMF/KTM Team “The Rabaconda helped me so much at the end of the long days to get the tires done with less time, and most of all less effort!” Zach Osborne, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Race Team.
  15. Morning everyone, Could have posted this in the general forum, but always enjoy talking to my fellow DRZ'ers. Was riding yesterday offroad on very rocky terrain. All went well, but was thinking if I flatted, what would I do. I carry the tools necessary to actually pull my tires off of the bike as well as a patch kit, a small can of WD40 to lube the bead and a small pump. My question was, how would I support the bike to actually get the tire off? If I could find a downed tree or a large rock that I could get the bike over and have it rest on it, that might work. But a downed tree/rock may not always be available or accessable. It would seem very awkward to lay the bike on its side to do it. Anybody have any other ides or Macgyver-isms that work to support the bike? Thanks
  16. I always recommend a tire stand, but this looks like an even better deal. The video is hard to see, but looks super easy to use. If someone has one, post up your experience. I don't have one, but looks like I could benefit from the investment. http://www.bajanopinch.com/
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