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Minimalist Tubeless Motorcycle Tire Change Part II

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Uploaded on Dec 13, 2007

Manual Tire Changing. In this video the point is made that you can get the bead to seat using a small pump or tankless air compressor -- it's just a matter of enough air pressure, often less than the final recommended running pressure. It is still prudent to find a place to change your tires in proximity to a high volume air compressor (with a tank) that can give you a good initial "puff" of air to help create a seal. There are some rear tire and rim combinations where it may be difficult to get the tire to begin to hold air with a small output pump, even after bouncing the wheel and/or strapping the circumference to initiate a seal.

Part I - Breaking the Bead: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XArpY...

Part II - You're looking at it!

Part III - Rough Balancing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82AtWm...

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