I like the tire irons and case. I haven’t used the pulls but while the handles of the pulls seem solid enough (plastic) i wonder about the loop holding the nylon rope line. I’m not sure how much force it would take to break that plastic. I did buy it primarily for the tire irons and i have another valve puller so i don’t have to rely on these pulls.
I used these tools to pull a tire off a riding lawnmower so i could add an inner tube. I found that they were very strong, and even with a lot of pressure they did not bend or break. They could be used to unseat most tubeless tires off their rims except automotive tires, and they are not intended for that. The valve tool is excellent, and several valve seats are included if you need them. A reviewer complained about the plastic rim shields provided with the set. I never use those things and immediately threw them out. The best thing, i have found, is to use a can of silicon spray to coat the rim edges and the tire bead before installing. In my case i was installing a tube, so i thoroughly sprayed that too. It helps the tube unfold inside the tire the first time you inflate it without causing binding and possible damage. Overall, i am highly satisfied with this purchase.
Fitted a 130 tire to a 21×3. 5 spoked wheel easier than i thought. Didnt use the red ‘wheel protectors’ as they didnt make sense. Just used dish soap and water on rim and tire and placed old shop rags under the spoons/levers popped right on. Havent had to try remove a tire but should do the job well. Good leverage from the length of them.
The three spoons were all i needed to remove my stock motorcycle tire and install new michellen commander 2s with ease. A nice product and the rim covers worked better than more expensive ones i had also ordered. I was unable to break the bead with merely these, but it made the removal very easy after breaking the bead through other means.
I spent most of my life using 6’or 9′ tire spoons; what a major pain. I finally quit changing my own tires, but if i would have bought a tire-changer and longer spoons, i might still want to change themi just used these for changing large wheelbarrow tires, and i loved them. I do not know how long the pretty, shiny chrome will last, but who cares?.The chrome will help them slide ‘glide’ over the rims for a while; then one will still be in the game. Did i mention that i just wised up and got 14. 5 tire spoons?one interesting point. I ordered the 2x 11′ and one 14. 5′ spoons along with the ‘rim protectors. 5’ spoons with no rim protectors. I may owe them some money, minus the price of the rim protectors. Hopefully they’ll see this review and we can square accounts.
I don’t write reviews unless i’m either really happy or really displeased with a product. Yesterday i wasted over an hour trying to change a really difficult tire before giving up. I got these today in the mail and after 5 minutes i had the tire changed. Would strongly reccomend this product.
- Strong tools, very good quality
- Nice buy
- I like the tire irons and case
Bought these to hand mount scooter tires which due to their small diameter are very hard to mount. I also bought a couple longer harbour freight bars to give added leverage, but these worked better.
I got two flats this summer the first one i could not get the tire off with the spoons that came in the tool roll. The second time i got a flat it took just minuets to get the tire off then back on.
I will be using this product for changing tires on our finishing mower, as the tires are pretty small, and i needed a smaller tool to deal with getting the tire on and off the rims, without damaging the inner tube. These look great, and i think they are perfect size. Haven’t tried them yet, but i’m sure they’ll work great.
Used them this morning on a honda xr80r rear tire change. Exactly what i wanted and actually came with more stuff than shown. I also got a red case in addition to the black and valve stems and a valve stem tool i wasn’t expecting.
The spoons are awesome and work well however the wheel protectors are really soft and on the first use were pinched and rendered useless i was able to use them for one rear wheel change and now they are done for. Otherwise i’m happy with my purchase.
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If you want to save money when you replace the tires on your motorcycle, a set of tire spoon make it pretty easy. Just remember to use plenty of dishwater soap when you take off the tire and when you put the tire back on. In our area, shops charge 25 bucks to replace the tire and 50 if the wheel is still on the bike.
I ordered them a few weeks ago so i could replace the tires on my pre-gen ninja 250 with new kenda cruisers. Irons worked great for getting the old tires off, and the new tires on. The rim protectors did the job, but seem like they could have worked better if thinner, as the tire seemed to get caught on the rim protector. Moving it around and using the irons near it usually cleared up the issue. The valve stem tool it came with (as mentioned in other reviews, but not product description) is small but does a great job, and the new stem valves worked great. I’ve put them in for 2 weeks now with no issue. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend these, especially for the price.
Longer than most with those nice spoon shapes at the end. Handles make them easy on the hands. They’re super stiff, almost no bend or deflection. Rim guards are kind of a joke if you have to really lean into them, but i used these levers on an aluminum motorcycle rim with no visible damage (it helps to give the tire a nice hot water bath). I used to dread having to spoon a bike tire off the rim. Now it’s just a soapy breeze. These things are more expensive than most but worth every penny.
Nothing wrong with this set of tools with 1ea. 11′ long, i should have ordered the set with all 3 – 14. I know it costs a little bit more but you get more. I discovered while changing the tires on my lawn mower tires that i had went brain dead & ordered the wrong set.
This tools to change tires are ok, not the best but ok. They are a little expensive. Look around and you can find this set cheaper. They are not built as strong as i expect them to be.
I only got one tire change out of this set; tonight the tools bent and broke while changing the second tire. The tires are a tough bias ply, mounted on a dual sport motorcycle so may have been tighter than the tool was intended for. Good to know, the last thing a person wants is their tire tools breaking on an extended adventure. I will look at the forged sets next. The spoons did have a nice shape.
Works great on atv, motorcycle and bike tires, remove and reinstall motorcycle tires with minimal fuss.
The tool came as it was described when i ordered them. The iron tool are sturdy but light. I’m thinking that it might be just chrome plated. Time will tell if the rod would rust or start flaking as it age. I have used it to change my rear and front tire of my motorcycle. Two spoon can be used as a bead breaker. . One spoon with its curve against the tire and the other with it’s curve against the inside of the rim. The only problem i have was that the tire valve tool has a ‘t’ section with one end that is sharp and the other end is blunt. I don’t know how to use that tool. A little booklet with instructions for use would be helpful. The tire valve i’m aware on how to use it but the ‘t’ section restricts you from screwing your tire valve when your rims have ‘spokes’. Convenient and light tool to take along during adventurous motorcycle rides.