Stop & Go Tire Bead Breaker

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  • Heavy-duty iron alloy tool makes easy work of breaking stubborn tire beads
  • Fits most touring tires, up to 160 in size
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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
Good product
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
2008 Kawasaki KLE650 Versys
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About $50 of Garbage
1) Overpriced
2) Wouldn't break bead on both sides no matter where it was placed.
3) Overall quality was fairly poor; metal shavings, chipping paint, easily scratched, etc.
4) A great way to smash you fingers, which you, is always fun.

I would never buy one again, would never recommend it, and if it hadn't started chipping I probably would have returned it.
December 5, 2016
11 months ago
2015 Honda XR650L
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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
2009 Suzuki SV650S
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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What does it measure?
A shopper on Aug 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I am not sure of exact measurements but it is not exactly portable. If taking on a trip I would store outside of a box as it would take up a lot of space in a pannier. Max tire size it will break is a 150/70-17. I've done the rear tire on my F800 GS twice with this. Takes some maneuvering to get it to break both beads. Minimal work to do it though with the bolt style spreader system instead of a pry bar. Way less sweat involved.