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Re: Tire Changer - May Brothers brand/mfr ?
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I have the same one. I't makes breaking and remounting of the front tires a lot easier. Both cylinders are air operated. The bead breaker works well but keep the breaker as straight up and down as possible. Remove the collar by aligning the tabs with the collar's slots, mount the tire and position the rim's stud hole over the spring loaded pin, replace the collar which holds the tire in place then you add air to the schrader valve on top. The other valve releases the air when finished.
As with any machine, watch for pinch points.
My cylinders use leather packing.
Hope this helps, Joe
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