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Good tire iron but you may want one with a hex on the end
The spoon on the end is good size and shape to slip between the tire and rim. It helps reduce pinch damage when putting the new/repaired tube back in and the tire back on. I purchased this tire iron for home use as a third iron for tough tires. I also have other motion pro tire irons (made from aluminum) that have hex wrenches for the axle nut on the handle end. I carry one of these with each of my dirt bikes for trail tire repairs, but you need two irons to get a tire off the rim. So one like this is a good second or get one with other size hex on the end. Check to see if your front axle nut is same size as rear. Some motion pro irons also have 12/13mm hexs for chain adjustment.
I have quite a few motion pro tools now and have found them to be good quality for the price. Some are unique and very helpful and time saving for motorcycle work.
September 16, 2014
Tire irons work great for changing tires- (KLR650)
I ride a 09 KLR 650-->Used 3 of these tire irons to put my new heidenau k60's. These things worked great. Getting the last 6 inches to seed on my back rim was a beast! (Nothing to do with the tire irons, I know.) Ended up setting the tire in the sun for 2 hours then it popped right on with some windex & air. Anyways, yeah....the tire irons work great. I'll be putting them in my travel kit to use in case of a flat on the road.
August 18, 2014
This works good for in the wood changing tire..
Use this product twice.. Ounce at home and ounce stuck in the wood. This iron is a little big (thick) for getting under the rubber in the last couple of inches. The end of the sppon is well made for not puncturing the tube.
July 28, 2014
Simple Tyre Spoon
Nothing fancy but does the job well. Curved spoon tip prevents damage to tyres and rims, but should be used with a rim shield if you love your rims as the pewter finish is slightly rough.
June 27, 2014
Awesome in the Saddlebag
They are great for out on the trail or in the shop!
June 23, 2014
Right tool for the job!
Picked up two of the Motion Pro Spoon Type Tire Iron's. Used them almost immediately to install some T63 tires on my KLR. They worked great - made the job much easier that I expected it to be. I also used the Motion Pro BeadPRO during the installation to aid in separating the tire bead from the rim and as a third tire spoon. I highly recommend the Motion Pro tire spoons - well worth the money.
April 9, 2014
I got 2 and they came in a plastic pocket so that's nice. They work fine. No sharp edges and a decent curve on the spoon end. Very strong. The finish is much more matte than it looks in the photo so they have a grainy feel against the rim. They get the job done. Also the loop end can be put on an allen wrench or something for extra leverage in a pinch.
February 7, 2014
These work better than anything else I've used. Light, simple and durable.
December 23, 2013
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