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Great customer service, they took time to sell me the right product and not oversell me.

Shipping was super fast and made sure to let me know of lifetime warranty.


Got several email communications from start to finish.


Almost all of it is made in the USA.


Great company to deal with.


Product is very well made and was easy to assemble.
 

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I have one an I can tell you, they are awesome! Best if you have a concrete floor to bolt it to. The narrower the rim (Harley, an some motocross) the harder to work with, but sportbike rims work the best. Customer service is good


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I got the hitch mount so it will be portable. Good to hear sport bike rims are good as that is all I will be using it for.
 

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Hitch mount should be good. Your going to be pulling and tugging so it needs to be secured. Sportbike tire carcass is very flexible an no tubes to worry about.

Worst tire I did was a friends sportster front tire, just say no if anyone asks you, lol


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All i have to say, is fugg yeh!

I have had one for 4 years now, i have replaced 1 tip, and that is is it!
 

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Cant now but will when im home!
 

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I will post pics next time I pull mine out. Pays itself off pretty quick too. I charge the average joe 20 per wheel on the bike 15 off and I normally get tips.

If it is a tubed tire it is 30 per wheel and if its a touring bike I don't do them unless they are willing to have a possible scratched rim and help me. Mother of God those stupid sidewalls are soooooo effing stiff. Last one I did it took four people to put it on and the bar slipped at one point and scratched the rim. Dude didn't care though because I told him up front and the dealer was going to charge him 75 to change it, However now I think I know why haha
 

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i cant speak for the machine. because i already have a habor freight one. but i did buy the no mar tire changer bar, and it fugging rocks. i have used it since 2009 w/out fail still using the original tips after several trackdays and between 3 bikes.
 

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Yeah I love mine and it was paid for in two months changing tires for guy that I ride with and been making money every since. I have replaced a tip one time, but that was my fault because i didn't lift the tire and tried to lever it once. You will love it.
 

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Can you tell me which model I should look into getting? Maybe differences between them.
That really depends on how you will use it. I bought the regular model and it has done everything i've needed and i have changed well over 50 tires on it. The extra clamp is worth getting for sure (not the yellow thing but the actual clamp) Almost bought the pro model but didn't see much added benefit for me.
 

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Put this together real quick from yesterday. Did a fork swap on a buddy's bike so he had to do a rim swap here ya go


 
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