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MotoSport Tire Changing Stand
MotoSport Tire Changing Stand

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54 Reviews
4.7 out of 5 stars
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Verified Purchaser
Like the adjustable height

Wish that bottom legs were spread out more because the stand likes to move around too much do you sell adjustable legs for this model

Verified Purchaser

This is more than just a tire changer! This will change the way you look at having to change a tire again. No more will you regret the daunting task. For after one use, you will see that there is nothing to fear in in your futur of tire changing. I only wish I would have purchased this sooner!
Gone are the days of bending over fighting to remove a tire from a rim. We no longer have to struggle with working on a bench or from the ground for a solid surface.
If you’re on the fence trying to decide if it’s really worth it? Do it! Make it happen, you won’t regret it!

It pays for itself after just the first tire change in the form of less back pain and struggle!

MotoSport Staff Verified Purchaser
Portland, OR, USA

This works great, I am so happy to not be changing tires on a bucket... Once you have one you will not go back.

Portland, OR
I should have bought this years ago...

Seriously, if you're on the fence whether or not to get this, do yourself a favor and do it. I've changed my own tires for years without this, and this stand makes it 10000 times easier and gets the job done in about half of the time. It is adjustable so you can bring it to whatever level you need. Since the wheel is locked down better, the leverage you get is much better, and a lot less wrestling around then using a 5-gallon bucket.

Verified Purchaser
South Carolina

If you change your own MX tires this is a must. Makes tire swaps a breeze. Especially if you’re one of the 5 gallon bucket users like i was. Should have purchased one long ago.

Verified Purchaser
A great buy!!!

I have changed many,many tires and tubes without one of these. I should have bought one of these stands years ago. It is very stable and easy to use, very adjustable. At the price that the local Honda shop wanted for labor, I could have paid for this with just three changes. I am very happy with this purchase!!

Verified Purchaser Top 1000
Money saver

Works great, and it’s a good investment if you don’t like taking your tires to dealers.

Verified Purchaser

A must have

Verified Purchaser
Central Oregon
Great product!

Space saving base provides sufficient support when torquing on the tire irons. I like that it adjusts in height and I do not need to have a large section of the garage cleared out to store it.

Verified Purchaser Top 250
Littleton, NH 03561, USA
Make tire changing easy!

I bought this to help with changing my ice tires and it works great!

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5 Questions
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Q: How does it do on atv sand tires
3 months 29 days ago
Top 10
3 months 29 days ago
A: This is made for Motorcycle tires for rim diameters from 20" to 32".
Q: What is the diameter of the all-thread in the middle that goes through the wheel? On smaller wheels, say a Kawi Z125 or a Honda XR100, the axles are 12mm. Most stands i've seen have a 15mm thread, making it impossible to use to hold the wheel down.
Over 7 months ago
Top 10
Over 7 months ago
A: You won't have any problems with the smaller wheels on this stand, we have had guys here use it for something as small as a KLX110 front wheel on this stand.
Q: Are these tire changing stands good for sport bike tires also?
2 years 7 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 7 months ago
A: Yes. Although, depending on what size tire you have it may be some work changing by hand.
Q: What is the silver wingnut towards the bottom of the stand?
Over 4 years ago
And it seems pretty self explanatory but is the stand supposed to come with a manual?
Over 4 years ago
A: The silver round wingnut next to the tire tool storage is to adjust the height of the stand. The clips on each leg are so you can turn the legs inwards to store the stand. I own this stand an I like it but no manual. That being said You tube has a bunch of tire videos.
Top 1 Contributor
Over 4 years ago
A: There is no manual with the product. The round rings are there to adjust the height.
Over 4 years ago
A: Bottom ring is to hold both center pieces tight. the small nut attached to the leg bracket is to hold the threaded center shaft tightly to the bottom of the stand.
MotoSport Tire Changing Stand
Over 4 years ago
A: There are no instructions but I am pretty positive it is for securing it together when it is broken down for storage or transport.
Q: Just recieved
Over 4 years ago
Looks like the spokes set on ring? i thought that the tire should so it centers up tire and then u have a easier time to remove tire.?
Over 4 years ago
A: Yes the spokes sit on the ring. This is due to there being different size rims. Your YZF should have a 19" rear and a 21" front. If the ring were to fit precisely you would have to own multiple rings. This stand also works on 85cc 14" and 17" wheels. When properly changing a tire there is not a lot of force on the wheel so you should never damage your spokes. Hope this helps
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago
A: Yes the spokes will sit on the ring of the stand, the shaft going through the center of the wheel will keep it centered and secure. These stands work great!
California Proposition 65

WARNING: This product contains chemicals, including (Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP)), known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.