I bought one, but have yet to use it. It's full-size, looks like it would do
the job on all but the most difficult ones. For $50 it was worth a try, and
I wasn't disappointed when I took it outa the box My application is 13"
racing rubber, which should be easy.
It does require mounting to the shop floor with studs, or some other sturdy
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From: Randall Young <email@example.com>
To: Triumphs (E-mail) <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Shop-Talk list (E-mail)
Date: Wednesday, July 14, 1999 4:06 PM
Subject: Tire changer at Harbor Freight
>Hi all :
>Has anyone tried the 'portable' tire changer currently on sale ($45) at
Harbor Freight ?
>I'm sure it's a piece of junk compared to a professional unit, but what I
want to know is : can you change a tire with it ?