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BikeMaster Steel Tire Iron with Handle

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  • Specially designed for everyday use with comfortable handle
  • Handle has high grip surface for confident leverage
  • Super smooth chrome end eases beads on and off
  • Smooth rounded edges avoid rim marring and tube pinching
  • Tempered steel resists deformation
  • Cold formed end for strength
  • 12" overall length
  • Manufacturer’s lifetime warranty

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BikeMaster Steel Tire Iron with Handle

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great tool to have

By Old School Honda

from Anaheim, Ca

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  • Comfortable Handle
  • Good leverage


  • Popping The Tire Bead

Best Uses

  • Spooning The Tire Bead

Comments about BikeMaster Steel Tire Iron with Handle:

This is actually a tire spoon not a tire iron. It's best use is after you pop the tire bead, spooning the rest of the tire bead off of the rim. I would recommend you use two tire irons to pop the bead first and lock under the rim spokes, then use this tire spoon to finish pulling up the rest of the tire bead from the rim. This tire spoon should last a long while. However I did noticed that trying to use this item as a tire iron does work. It's just a little more difficult trying to pop the bead. In all this was a great addition to the toolbox.

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