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BikeMaster Heavy-Duty Tire Iron

 
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   Features:
      -Specially designed for heavy-duty use
      -CNC tuned billet aluminum
      -Ergonomic handle designed especially for slippery hands
      -Long shaft length gives you more leverage on stubborn tires
      -Plated shaft protects from corrosion
      -Rounded forged spoon end for high strength and avoids pinching
      -Wide splayed spoon for confident grip without bead damage
      -17.5" overall length
      -Manufacturer’s lifetime warranty

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5.0

You want this one

By Shadow

from Long Island, NY

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Pros

  • Fits in tight spots
  • Good leverage
  • Protects Your Rims
  • Smooth surfaces
  • Strong

Cons

  • Pricey

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    Comments about BikeMaster Heavy-Duty Tire Iron:

    I have 2 long tire irons, this one and a more traditionally shapped one. The wide, smooth spoon end on this one gets into the tight spots without biting the tire and leverages the tire where you want it to go without marring up the rims - like breaking the bead or getting the last bit of bead back on the wheel. Yes I use rim portectors, but with only 2 I couldn't always get them where I wanted them to be. The other long iron is narrower, rougher and prone to mar the rim if the protector isn't in place. Trying to save a bit of $ on a different iron won't make up for your scratched rim.

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    5.0

    High quality at a low price

    By chevydiver

    from Oxford, MI

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    Pros

    • Big Enough For Tough Tire
    • Very nice quality

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about BikeMaster Heavy-Duty Tire Iron:

        You can change the toughest tires with these. We use them for doing bib mousses and other inserts, never a problem with these tire irons.

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