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wvyankee2
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Must have, starter spray and a match, to fix a tire that has broken a bead.
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I have used this method:

Rachet type tie down, the wider the better, and in most cases you wont have to remove the wheel from your ride. Run the rachet tie down down the centere of the tire and rachet until you feel like it along the bead enough to take air. I picked up a cheap one a Walmart for 12 bucks. This method has worked two times on the rhino after losing the bead and both of my four wheelers.
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next time take some pics of the process :)
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nocerisdave wrote:
I have used this method:

Rachet type tie down, the wider the better, and in most cases you wont have to remove the wheel from your ride. Run the rachet tie down down the centere of the tire and rachet until you feel like it along the bead enough to take air. I picked up a cheap one a Walmart for 12 bucks. This method has worked two times on the rhino after losing the bead and both of my four wheelers.


I saw a guy do that with a 38" mudder one time. Worked great Exclamation
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Once upon a time trying to mount a 54x20x20 bogger only way to mount is a stick with a rag on fire on the end and a good shot of ehter ignite holler and hit the valve stem with the air hose and hope like hell you get air in time :D really hard when you start about a 12pk late Rolling Eyes
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