Changing your motorcycle tires can be done the hard way, the expensive way, or the easy way. Which sounds best to you?
Having tested one of No-Mar’s Tire Changers this past weekend, its clear to me that the “easy way” will be my choice in the future. Let’s face it: Using tire irons either in your garage or along side the road is a pain, and paying shops to change your tires can get expensive, especially if you own multiple motorcycles.
By slipping No-Mar’s Tire Changer into the Class III, IV, or V hitch on the rear of any vehicle, we had a quick and simple way to break the bead on the tire, and do the complete change in about 7 minutes without any new scratches showing up on the wheel. No-Mar has a series of easy-to-follow instructional videos on how to use their tire changers, and in no time you’ll master the art of using this already easy-to-use apparatus.
Aside from saving money, you can be an absolute hero at motorcycle rallies and events, where it seems there’s always someone who forgot their tire irons, lubes, etc. Of course if you’re the kind of motorcycle rider that prefers to never have to worry about even using equipment like this, maybe a guided motorcycle tour is right for you. Let us do all the work and you just sit back and relax!
(Above, Pete shows us how it’s done, and below, and under-side view of how the wheel mounts to the tire changer.)