Opened up the box and pieces were all over like someone threw it into the box. If you try to use it on the side for smaller tires the tiny bit of weld broke from hardly any pressure. I wish it came with another nut to lock smaller rims on because otherwise its worthless for them. It works great on big bike wheels though.
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Wanted the red one, but it was sold out at the time. This one costs a few bucks more. ONLY complaint I have is the red one has an actual cup for irons/spoons. This one has a ring and a bottom plate with a lip on it. You have to be precise throwing irons in there or they just fall out. But stand works as it's supposed to, and folds up to a decent stowable size. The "cup" sucks if your trying to be quick about it.
This was a great purchase for the price. The design makes it easy to take down and pack with us to races. Don't know why I waited so long to buy one!
It does what it says it does
This is a good stand for changing enduro tires at least. The design could use a few improvements - the threaded rod holding the upper stand can loosen and slip while you're working, it would help if they'd put some indents into the upper stand to help lock it in position. That sort of thing, but overall, a good value.
It makes changing tires a whole lot easier and that means more ride time.
I've always used a 5 gallon bucket in the past to change tires. This tire stand makes a huge difference. You have so much more leverage working at this height that it makes spooning the tire much easier. Includes the smaller rim adapter which is nice as smaller bikes are starting to invade my garage.
Needs some protection on the bead for the spokes; vinyl tubing works great.
Makes changing tires easy!!! I should have bought this year's ago!
I just started changing my own tires. I know you can do it on the floor or over a bucket but riding is hard enough on my knees so why spend time kneeling on a cold shop floor. Easy assembly and breakdown and made changing a tire that much more enjoyable.
WHAT A DIFFERENCE THIS MAKES IN CHANGING TIRES.
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Question:Q: Best accompanying tire irons/tools, especially for travel for this stand?Question asked Over 5 years ago
Question answered by YamahaRockstarUser's contributor status: Top 250Question answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: Get motion pro spoons, a bead buddy, and a valve core remover and your all set! Stand sets up and breaks down very easily.
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: I personally like the Motion pro Tire Iron set and/or the Motion pro Spoon. With the different lengths you can get the right leverage and bite that you need.