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Does the job well!
Unlike other reviewers' experiences, I had no problem breaking both beads; it is covered in the instructions! I have used it on 3 tire changes already, and it was a huge effort & time saver. Not cheap, but very sturdy. Too large and heavy to include in a travel tool kit though.
May 6, 2014
Don't waste your money
I used this to change about a dozen tires before finally junking it and building my own bead breaker out of some 2x4s.
As was already mentioned, it only breaks one side of the bead. I had to wedge a piece of plywood in between the tool and the rim to get the other side broken. It is a very slow process as well. Using the lever action of a 2x4 bead breaker (Google for DIY) is a much better and cheaper option to this.
November 1, 2012
I've had one of these for 3 years, and I've changed 6 tubeless tires on my Versys with it. Relatively easy to use, and effective, so I ordered another to use at another home where I have another Versys.
November 21, 2011
tire bead breaker
This bead breaker will only break one side of tire easily. I had to put a tire iron against the broken side to brace it. It was clumsy to use. It did break the first side easily.
March 19, 2011
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