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Re: Tire Bead Breaker [Re: Allen Lane] #1284501
Mon Oct 22 2018 05:40 PM
Mon Oct 22 2018 05:40 PM
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klhansen  Online
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Eagle River, Alaska
That video was more about tool fabrication than at tool that works well. I've used moparguy's board trick as well as Martin's jack trick in the past. Either take less time than dinking around with that fancy bead breaker from the video. If I had a tractor, I'd probably use Allen's idea as well.


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Re: Tire Bead Breaker [Re: Mike Burns] #1284525
Mon Oct 22 2018 09:45 PM
Mon Oct 22 2018 09:45 PM
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Fenton,mo
I made one,i did not use plasma cutter just bandsaw and cutoff wheel for the bottom foot. The angle I used for the foot was 1/4", It bent using the tool. Re enforcing it now with another piece of 1/4". The rest of the tool is just a reese hitch. The finger or clamp is 3 pieces of 1/4 " welded together. I have tryed the bumper jack method, and a 12k pound tractor bucket and it would not brake the bead. That tool is powerful for the really stuck one like i have. I think the guy in video said thay cost about 1000 bucks for the big one. 100 bucks for the small one.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dennryan/44104149514/

Last edited by dennryan; Mon Oct 22 2018 09:53 PM.
Re: Tire Bead Breaker [Re: Allen Lane] #1286263
Mon Nov 05 2018 10:02 PM
Mon Nov 05 2018 10:02 PM
Rusty Rod  Offline
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Loveland, Colorado
this is much better than driving my jeep onto the tire to break the bead!


Another quality post.


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