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BikeMaster Heavy Duty Tire Iron
BikeMaster Heavy Duty Tire Iron

$23.36 $25.95
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Item #BMS005V

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17 Reviews
4.9 out of 5 stars
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Very good tire tool

Will not damage rims. Great tire iron.

Verified Purchaser
Keller Tx.
Awsome Tool

I found this tool to be a multi-use tool every mechanic should own one !!!!!!!!

Verified Purchaser
Tire Iron

Plenty of leverage, works great.

Verified Purchaser
Imperial, MO, USA
Heavy duty tire iron

If u haven't used a tire iron of this size, u don't know what ur missing. Makes changing stubborn old & mini tires a breeze!!!
I had long thought irons of this size were overkill and would only bend the rim. But proven wrong on no less than 4 front and rears mini sized and full size( Moto -Steel) rear with no flex sidewalls I am a true believer.
If u change tires that are aged( more than 6+years) or change mini tires, u can't go wrong with this tool.

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San Rafael, CA, USA
Must have

if you don't have a set, do it.

Verified Purchaser
Long spoon

Had to change the tires on my sons 2004 Yamaha TTR-90 and this and this spoon worked great. I ordered one of these and a smaller one too, but this one gave me the leverage needed. Small tires are tuff to change and this made it so much easier. Good purchase and would recommend.

Twin Falls, ID, USA
Must Have Tire Spoon!

After fighting tires with the 10 inch spoons I finally spent some money and got a decent tire spoon. This is worth every penny, it cut the time of changing a tire in half and the effort. I'll probably buy another!

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Milaca, MN 56353, USA
Tire iron

Solid handle and good length. Perfect size for me!

Top 1000 Contributor
Good for stubborn tires

After trying multiple different types of tire spoons/irons, using these really helps. They are great for breaking a stubborn bead, and also for the first/ last couple bites. They are a bit thicker at the tip of the spoon compared to the smaller ones. With that being said, when mounting once I'm at the last couple bites, sometimes I have to pre-place them to avoid forcing them in, possibly pinching the tube or damaging the rims. I've found that having 2 of these really helps, especially with rear tires. I'm sure you could possibly change a car tire with them lol.

Rochester, NY
Good spoon

If you're looking for a big spoon with lots of leverage, this will do. I typically start my dismount/mount with the HeavyMaster tire iron,. Then I use the bikemaster 10" spoons to work my way around quickly and finish the job. But again, for that first pull / lift off the rim, I'm glad I have one of these HeavyMaster tire spoons in house.

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2 Questions
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Q: I ride a Honda VTX 1800. Is it strong enough to change a cruiser wit ha 180 rear and 150 front? Will it damage the aluminum rims? Thanks!
Over 10 months ago
Top 10
Over 10 months ago
A: This will work for your purpose.
Q: How long?
Over 4 years ago
How long is the overall length and for $25 are there two?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago
A: This tire iron measures 17.5 " in length. Also, These are sold individually.
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
BikeMaster Heavy Duty Tire Iron 151550