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J&P Cycles® Tire Bead Breaker

J&P Cycles® Tire Bead Breaker
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Sale Price: $42.49 Regularly: $49.99

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J&P Part: 2170080

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Description

Instructions  2170080.pdf

J&P Cycles® Tire Bead Breaker

• Heavy-duty iron alloy tool makes easy work of breaking any stubborn motorcycle tire bead

• Will work on tires up to 130mm wide

Product Specs

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Fitment

Note: This item is a universal/custom fit component, and does not have any direct standard/OEM model application. Some items may require modification and an advanced level of mechanical skill and/or knowledge for installation.

Customer Reviews

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Looks like it'll do the job

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Solid tool.

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I haven't used it yet, but you can tell by just looking at it that it will get the job done, if you have any doubts just pick it up and feel the weight of it, should do the job easily.

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Used it straight away,no sweat tool,made this wrenches happy.thanks J&PCYCLE

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These work slick!! Makes tire changing pretty much hassle free.

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Have not used this yet, but it looks pretty easy.

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This unit will not fit over the tires of a Yamaha Stratoliner, or GL1500 Honda Goldwing to break the beads. It does not go wide enough.

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Works really well.

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This product is "Cast Iron" and steel. It is tough. I was expecting a plastic tool, but not so. This tool gets top honors!

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Worked great. I had to remove pivot pin, put bead breaker over tire and insert pivot pin in order to clear my 140 / 90 tire.

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Needed to break a hard set bead on the rims.

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very happy with tool make things a bit easier

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Worked good but my stubborn tire could have used two to break bead

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It is handy becouse of its size but at times it only brakes the beed on one side

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The bead breaker and tire irons worked great.

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Worked vey well for me!

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Works like a charm. Beats a combination of car and bumper jack (aka "old school")...