I have used a Handyman jack to do this on implement tires in a pinch, on 99% of my tires I cheat and call my long time tire guy to do the work call me lazy if you wnat but I figuare he is a private operator and can use the work and I am able to deduct the repairs 100% with my farm taxes so it works well for me, besides on of my jobs years ago was a tire man at the county and I really got my fill of tire repair LOL, last few I did do I used my 580's cuuting edge to break the bead worked very well great looking 630? thanks for sharing cnt
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