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Motion Pro's silver zinc-finished Spoon-Type Tire Iron features a 10.5” long handle with curved end that fits your hand better than traditional tire irons.
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Great Tire Spoons
from Allentown, PA
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Comments about Motion Pro Spoon-Type Tire Iron Set of 2:
These spoons used in conjunction with the Bead Buddy almost make changing your dirt bike tires fun. I bought an extra spoon lever, but it's not necessary. I recommend the spoon-type levers for spoke wheel rims because the rounded heads distribute force on the rim more evenly, reducing the risk of damage. That and the rounded heads reduce the possibility of puncturing the tube.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great little tools
By Edwin O
from Stockton Ca
Great tools for changing a motorcycle tire. Just enough leverage to get the tire over the rim (with a little help from soppy water).
OK, good value
from Cent. Pa.
I used these to replace the read tire and tube on my bike. I got the job done so am happy. However, at time I thought the levers might bend.
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
A must have!!!
from Saint Louis, MO
I used these for my first ever MC tire change. I have used plastic levers to change road bicycle tires on many, many occasions, so I figured the process was similar. It is. It's exactly the same with one BIG difference... you'd better have some STRENGTH to get it done. All I had (and all you need) are a couple good levers, but get ready to wrestle those tires off and on. Up side is that my rims were left unmarred, despite quite a lot of sliding and shifting of the levers. I attribute that to good tool design.I presume it also gets easier with practice (like bicycle tires,) and it will help when I'm not trying to remove 30+ yr old, super stiff tires.
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