Dirt Bike Rear Tire And Tube Changing




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Blade: When I buy inner tube, I get a some kind of washer and two bolts that go on valve stem. Last time I put both bolts on the outer side and tighten them firmly and because of that after few weeks my inner tube ripped at valve stem. How to properly put this bolts and 'washer'? Please help

idarrion holman: Very helpful thanks man

colton grimes: freak you for leaving out the hardest part

Delaney S: love the video, very helpful, gives best options and hes funny asf haha

MrMarbles0Xecution: "when tire changing, lube is your friend, maybe for some other things too." lol

Chris Nielsen: If you're like me and there's no place to buy tire levers/tire spoons a good alternative is to buy 2 or 3 of those 3/8" x 8" eye bolts, they're really good especially if you file a groove in the end for it to bite on the rim.

Beats ruining your tubes with screwdrivers and they only cost $2 each.

They're no replacement for the real tool but they work great in a pinch

MotorsAndMore: funny guy, haha

Bill Nill: Thanks man I needed this I popped my rear tire on my 2001 Suzuki 110

Unknown Unknown: I just tried to do this yesterday. The front tire was no problem but the rear one I had to cut the old tire off of the rim and then when I put the new one on I got it about 3/4 of the way on and couldn't get it on any farther. I actually wound up braking my tire spoons trying to crank it the last bit of the way on. Snapped the end right off of one motion pro spoon and bent the other. Has this happened to anyone else? Am I retarded or something? I was trying to take the smallest bites possible... I had dish soap on it...

M773: good tutorial but if you dont want to scratch up your wheel it might be smart to use some protection in between the wheel and the tire iron, i allways wrap my tire iron in tape

Green X: He made it look easy... Changing a tube just makes me so mad...! xD

Flash striker gaming: Thanks bro you helped me with my motobike tyre😉

Scott Mackay: New rider here, thanks a lot this seems very helpfull

Jason Hauk: i always get a titty in mine any 1 know how to get that out

Jason Hauk: never pumped it up probably pop it

bdub z: I like this guy, he actually has personality unlike the Transworld zombies lol

toadamine: I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, I used to be able to change tires fine in my XR when I was a kid using Flathead screwdrivers and no lube or anything, I just bought an rmz-450 and tried putting on a different tire, so far I've popped two heavy duty tubes trying to change the rear tire with brand new tire spoons and lube and everything... it's like the tire is the wrong size but it says it's the same as the one I took off... I can't even get the old one back on...

sparky obrian: I find cursing helps

Jaemin Lee: Ur freaking retarded learn to freaking teach properly

Dirtbike Downunder: I just stuffed up a tyre change, pinched the bloody tube. Thought I'd watch your video for tips. Only consolation is that the tube I stuffed was a thin crap stock tube, so I now have an excuse to replace with a heavy duty tube. Good video, thanks mate :)
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Blade: When I buy inner tube, I get a some kind of washer and two bolts that go on valve stem. Last time I put both bolts on the outer side and tighten them firmly and because of that after few weeks my inner tube ripped at valve stem. How to properly put this bolts and 'washer'? Please help
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Dirt Bike Rear Tire and Tube Changing