I bought these because of the price and I wanted a third iron for convenience. It grips the rim well, but it is also narrow causing a little ripping on the tire bead. They hold up well, but not nearly as good the tire spoons that are $26.99 (which I fully recommend). Overall these are good for smaller tires or if you are in a pinch, but if you have the money buy the spoons.
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Change the tire on a Yamaha 90 dirt bike , work great and did not pinch the tube
value and shipping-- first class .. tire performs excellent,, did not leak air after installation ,, unlike previous michelin,,, very satisfied indeed
Worked perfect for changing tubes in my sons 125 front tire. They made the job quick and easy.
Best tire irons for the money!
These work great. They wont bend if you know what you are doing. I have used them multiple time amd have done some really stiff tires and had no issues.
Tire iron bent on the first tire
These did the purpose and worked great.... but i bent them on on the first set of tires i changed. Although, if i didn't have them it would have been nearly impossible to get the tires on. I plan on upgrading to a more heavy duty tire iron set. These are too weak.
Great bars did my dirt bike tires and a few lawn mower tires for a friend worked great.
These tire Irons are made to the highest standard. I have changed multiple motorcycle tires, but I have also used them to install car tires on my trailer. An invaluable tool to have. Considering getting another set. Even after peeling in a car tire none of the Irons where deformed.
Very good product but a set of 3 irons would have been better. The extra iron would have helped on the rear tire
Worked perfectly. Having three irons is a great way to go. This combo works well and made changing my tires about as easy as it could get.
I choose the 2 tire iron set, this was based on changing many tires over my lifetime from motorcycle to semi-truck tires. I have always used two irons of same size to get the job done. A unique item about these irons is on the end of each iron is an "s" type hook that works well at grabbing the edge of the wheel preventing you from pinching the tube. The other end is straight which is good for getting that last bite on the wheel to finish the tire install.
they worked great, made the tire change easy. almost non marring to the rim if used correctly.
Best tire iron on the market. They do not bend like some of the others that I have used.
Beet flat heads ever time!
It's never easy doing our own tires but these sure do help.
I've been using these for several of years to change my own tires, mostly street bikes. I'd say I've done about 25-30 tires in that time. I use the two 11" irons and one larger one to get the job done. These are just plain steel and can chew up your rims if you're not careful.
Got tired of sending my tires to the shop as I manage lots of bikes. These work great once you learn a good technique, just be careful of pinching your tube!
I had previously tried other methods for removing tires with limited success so I was skeptical that tire irons would help. Having the right tools really makes a difference. These irons made removal and installation a breeze. They are strong enough for my needs even came in a little carrying pouch (this did seem different from what was pictured). Definitely glad I decided to pick them up and try doing tires myself again as I now don't need to pay someone else to do this for me.
There have been no questions asked about the Motion Pro Tire Iron Set.