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Old 03-25-2018, 02:57 PM   #1
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Default Tire changer for sale $40

I am selling my modified harbor freight tire changer. I have swapped at least 100 tires easily with no rim damage at home and at the track. I will show you how to use it as well. 203 864 5719. Call or text as i rarely visit the site anymore. First come first serve. I also have a marc parnes wheel balancer and accesseries that we can work into the deal if you want. Its accurate to a 1/4 gram.

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Any detail on how you made the mounting bar? I have the same changer but no good bar.
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Any detail on how you made the mounting bar? I have the same changer but no good bar.
I modified the harbor freight bar. The tire mount end I cut it off and welded a piece of bent steel and then lined it with 1/8 UHMW to protect the rim. The tire removal side is the same setup but with UHMW screwed into it to protect the rim. I use milk jug material on the rim clamp which works perfectly on the main piece.
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I modified the harbor freight bar. The tire mount end I cut it off and welded a piece of bent steel and then lined it with 1/8 UHMW to protect the rim. The tire removal side is the same setup but with UHMW screwed into it to protect the rim. I use milk jug material on the rim clamp which works perfectly on the main piece.
Awesome. Thanks, going to try that.
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