I should have bought this years ago. Way better than working on the floor or a 5 gallon bucket.
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All the years of struggling on the floor, this made changing the tire a breeze!!
Needed to replace my broken 20 yr old tire stand so researched all the current stands on the market. The reviews on the Motosport stand were good and had all the features I was looking for at 1/2 the price of competitors offerings. Using the stand has been great, very easy to use and a big upgrade from my old unit. Free shipping bonus..highly recommend!
Bought this about 4 months ago. This should have been a 3 year ago purchase. Make changing a tire so simple now . Love it.
So glad I pulled the trigger and bought this stand.
If you change your own tires, you'll want one of these. Great product!
Honestly, I've been riding for over 20 years, but I'm new to changing tires, so I'm not even sure I'm using this thing right. It was helpful for bringing the tire up to my level, but I don't know what the notch is for around the outer edge, or what else this stand is capable of. The bead was certainly the most difficult part, so I need to work on my technique. Need some more tools I think... Possibly a bead breaker.
Recently changed a few tires with it. Much easier than bending over a 5 gallon bucket.
Sweet little set up for the track. At home you can easily rig up a way to mount it more permanent for even better leverage for those hard to do tires. 10/10 would recommend for the price.
This works well and definitely better than changing a tire on the ground. Only reason for 4 stars is I wish the base was wider and a sturdier. Worth the money and wish i had purchased it sooner.
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Question asked by Anthony
Question:Q: Will this stand work on an 18" cast aluminum wheel found on a classic 40 year BMW touring bike?Question asked Over 5 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 5 months agoAnswer: A: I am not sure where you are going with this question, but as far as supporting the wheel so that you can manually change the tire, yes, it will support it for you.
Question asked by Terrance
Question:Q: How does it do on atv sand tiresQuestion asked 1 year 2 months ago
Question answered by JamesGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 2 months agoAnswer: A: This is made for Motorcycle tires for rim diameters from 20" to 32".
Question asked by Zachary
Question: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.Question asked 1 year 5 months ago
Question answered by ThumbsUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 5 months agoAnswer: 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.
Question asked by scott
Question:Q: Are these tire changing stands good for sport bike tires also?Question asked Over 3 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: Yes. Although, depending on what size tire you have it may be some work changing by hand.
Question asked by Raptor68
Question:Q: What is the silver wingnut towards the bottom of the stand?Question asked Over 4 years agoAnd it seems pretty self explanatory but is the stand supposed to come with a manual?
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: There is no manual with the product. The round rings are there to adjust the height.
Question answered by HoustonUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: 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.
Question answered by DirtbagUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: 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.
Question answered by HoustonUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: 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.
Question asked by Hammertime
Question:Q: Just recievedQuestion asked Over 5 years agoLooks 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.?
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: 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!
Question answered by HoustonUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: 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