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Motion Pro Bead Popper. Easier and more convenient than press or lever tools, this compact and lightweight (only 3.7 oz.) bead popper stores easily in your emergency tool pack or tool box. It is made of a durable high-impact plastic so it will not scratch your wheel. The Bead Popper was designed for breaking the bead on street and off-road motorcycle tires, and can be used with the wheel on or off the motorcycle. (Not for use on ATV tires.) Made in the USA.
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Great little tool
from Patagonia, Arizona
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Comments about Motion Pro Bead Popper:
Great little tool for the average guy! Not as good as a mechanical bead breaker, but unless you are a shop, it is effective and a whole lot cheaper. It does require a little patience to work your way around the bead, but it popped the beads on my sport bike just fine. Unless you change a lot of tires, it is perfect for the intended use. I used a plastic dead blow hammer with it instead of the rubber mallet.I also discovered it is quite effective to use as a door wedge when you have locked your keys in your car! It did the job and didn't scratch the paint!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Works and is super cheap
Works fine. Its not a simple one hit with a hammer and its done though. I had to work at it for a few minutes with a rubber mallet. A wooden mallet would probably work better though. Didn't damage the rim at all though and it looks like it will last a long time even though its plastic.
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Not so sure????
from Bay City, WI.
I could not get this tool to break the bead(s) on my 1982 GL 1100 front wheel. I ended up using my bench vise to break the beads. This is the first time in my life I've tried changing a motorcycle tire so maybe mine was particularly stubborn-not sure.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
this item worked great, was a little worried at first since it was plastic but used it to break the bead on my 300 series tire and it did it no problem.
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