Posted by donjr on October 04, 2012 at 13:09:33 from (22.214.171.124):
In Reply to: Tractor tires posted by mf294-4 on October 03, 2012 at 20:17:01:
Lay the tire over the drop, so that it's hanging on the rim. Using tire irons, get as much of it on the rim as you can easily. Then clamp a pair of vise-grips on the rim to hold the one side from slipping off, and work from the opposite side with your tire irons, one over the other. A bit of WD-40 or soap will help, and it will also help seal the bead. Get your tube in, and make sure it is not pinched anywhere, and clamp or secure the valve stem so it can't retract back into the tire area. Again using your tire irons and vise grips, repeat the procedure for the outside bead. If it tightens up, make sure the opposite side is in the wheel valley. But go out of your way to avoid pinching the tube. When you get the outer bead on, double check to make sure the tube is clear, and air it up enough to push the beads out to the wheel, then let it deflate. If you are using calcium or liquid, you're ready to put it in. If not, reinstall the valve and air it up.
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