Zip Ty Racing Mighty Tire Iron

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Zip Ty Racing Mighty Tire Iron
Zip Ty Racing Mighty Tire Iron
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  • Changing tires and tubes is part of the game, but Zip Ty and their Mighty tire iron make your time in the pits quick and painless.
  • The 17” length on the Mighty tire iron gives substantial leverage that will pop the bead on your motorcycles tires with ease.
  • Zip Ty added a billet aluminum easy-grip handle that makes it comfortable to put full force into it.
  • The perfected 1 3/8” spoon on the end of the Mighty tire iron will grip the tire bead easily while lowering the possibility of pinching tubes.
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Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Best Tire Iron I Ever Owned

It is VERY sturdy, well made and designed. It is much easier to use than a standard tire iron. This is definitely a "I should have bought this much sooner" type of purchase. It made changing a tire easier.

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Tuscaloosa, AL, USA
Good, but overkill

After my first dismal effort changing a tire I bought this beast and a pair of Motion Pro spoons. The Mighty Tire Iron is just like the name implies.

The tip design worked well and the beast gives all the leverage you could ever need, but it seems a bit overkill for a dirt bike tire anyway - quite long and kind of in the way. Definitely a good quality tool though.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Love em

Had the smaller size spoons but they pale in comparison. Anything to make tire changing easier is worth it and these are an excellent value in that sense!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Campbellsville, KY
Tire tools

Must have for that last bite of a new tire. Makes tire changing aless of do I have to chore.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: jarrettsville, MD
Happy with purchase

Im not going to lie, I really didnt want to spend 30 bucks on a tire iron. I have other and they worked ok, but were always a pain. This thing works great, super strong and you get ALOT of leverage with it putting on those stubborn tires. Would definately buy one again for sure.

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Location: Stahlstown Pa

Works great. Safe you a lot of time.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Union KY
Get r done

MY kids have small bikes. This thing makes the last bit way easier

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Tampa, FL
Tire Iron

Comfortable and easy to use. I will buy one more to replace a couple of cheaper ones I have bought in the past.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: SF Bay Area. CA
Good Solid Wrench

Good leverage. Not a tube pincher. Wouldnt change a tire with a couple of these.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Southeast, TN
Must Have

Made changing tires so much easier with the extra leverage...the handle makes it that much better...will buy another one

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oztires Over 8 months ago
The length of the tool ,?
What is the length of the tool and the thickness on the edge ? Is this the most suitable tool or If you advised to buy an additional too l? sincerely , oz
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 months ago
The Zip Ty Racing Mighty Tire Iron is 17" long. It all depends on your tire changing technique and proficiency. I prefer to use a longer iron such as this 17" Zip Ty Racing Mighty Tire Iron along with 2 or 3 smaller irons.

How To Change A Dirt Bike Tire:
Ryan1234 Over 6 years ago Location: Prescott, Arizona
Will this tire iron make it easier to put tires on?
i have a 19 inch wheel and it takes me over an hour to put a tire on and thats with using a 15 inch and 10 inch lever. also, does a tire stand help? thanks.
Top 500 Contributor
Over 6 years ago Location: Mckees Rocks, Pa
A nice tire iron will help making tire changes easier but its all about the technique. and a tire stand may help but why spend money on something you do not need.? the best way to go about it is to have two of the same size tire irons. that way you get used to the feel of them, and the more you do the better you will become.
Over 6 years ago Location: moscow,id
I purchased a set of these and they really helped. you have to be careful not to pinch the tube though.
Sifter Over 6 years ago Location: Chicago, Illinois
How are these different from screwdrivers? And does it only come with one?
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: Por+land
They are different than a screw driver because they have more of a spoon style end to get more coverage while popping the bead. Also it has a lip on the end to help keep the tire from slipping off the iron. These are sold individually.
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