There are two simple and inexpensive ways to break the tire beads, while still on the tractor. You can buy a sliding hammer bead breaker or even cheaper, most Tractor Supply stores offer a chisel shaped tool that you hit with a 4# hammer that you drive inbetween the rim flange and tire bead. Both have a rounded blade about 3" wide and about 1/2" thick. I believe that KD Tools makes them both. They are handy and in expensive. I have used the Backho Bead breaker also, but that can damage the sidwall of the tire because you can't get the bh tooth to wedge in between the rim bead and tire bead like the bead breakers I described. I'm too old to bull rear wheels and tires around, so I look for the easiest way, with a minimal amount pulling, tugging and swearing. Loren
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