Dirt Bike Rear Tire And Tube Changing




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Jason Seifried: I think he did a excellent job teaching me and was funny good job

Cowboy4737: I've been told by people to always add a new tube with a new tire,Should you take the $25 hit or is the old tube ok???

zack sheridan: still waiting on my tires from bikebandit half months later I ordered because they said 24 hour fast shipping. clowns keep giving me the runaround

JustinIsJustout: I have been getting checking this out forever!

Sam Goulette: He makes it look easy it's impossible

MuddyBob 650: Their was nothing wrong with the old tire.

Jason Medeiros: question, can I use a 80 profile tube in a 90 profile tire?

MuddyBob 650: "When you weigh like me, a small car" "Small bites people, works better, I should follow that advice at the dinner table" "Lube is good for tire changing, and other things" This guy has some Jokes.

Paul Crews: p.s.

you made this look like I was going to be the hero inn my sons eyes. you made it look simple. Thanks for the video. I will keep trying.

Paul Crews: I too am new to changing tires. I tried this method today on my son CRF 150 and fell short today. I was able to put a new tire on the front rim but blew through the tube installing it. went to put air in it and heard a lit of air everywhere.

the back tire came off easy. just like a bicycle would come off but putting the new tire baxk on... yeah didn't work well. my guess is I didn't have the proper length spoons or not enough lube on or both.

anyways baxk to bringing the tires and rim baxk to the shop for now. like anything I guess I need more practice.

Mr J: Just put a continental TKC80 on my Honda dominator and saved a few quid. No longer a tyre change virgin thanks to you Mr Bandit and some lube.

Thanks for the helpful video.

Troy Hubbard: In 16 years of riding dirtbikes I finally changed a tire on my own a few hours ago. The best tip I can give is to keep pressure on one side of the tire with a spoon while you're working with the other spoon on the other side. It really is that easy. And like Steve said, lube is key.

Troy Hubbard: In 16 years of riding dirtbikes I finally changed a tire on my own a few hours ago. The best tip I can give is to keep pressure on one side of the tire with a spoon while you're working with the other spoon on the other side. It really is that easy. And like Steve said, lube is key.

DALLAS KLARENBACH: I know he never mentioned but baby powder sprinkled on the tube  and inside the tire works good to center the tube in the rim.

Fred E: This video saved me a pretty penny

BLUESKYBRIGADE: lol how is it you skip the hardest part which is getting the valve stem actually back through the rim???

Kevin Green: Really helpful, thanks!

Paul Anderson: "small bites at the dinner table" , that was funny man.

brier: I was changing my tire and the rim lock wont let my tire go back on. Any help?

Rico: Thanks, does the wheel need balacing after?
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