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Tyre Bead Press


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Description

One of our new products from Lambretta-Re-Store is a Tyre bead Press. Whether you have a tubed tyre or not, this tyre bead press can get your tyre bead off in no-time!

Simply place the Wheel so the rim is against the rounded shape stop, place the spade between the rim and the tyre and press down on the handle and this will release the bead from the rim. Can be used for all types of wheels, tyre widths and scoots!

(Scroll down for SCOTERING review)

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We are happy that the SCOOTERING magazine tested and put the beading press through its paces, we are putting the review here on our website!
Page 8 (Issue 262) SCOOTERING Review:

"We recently received a press Release from Lambretta-Re-Store regarding their new tyre bead press. It all looked good but rarther than simply repeat what was written we thought we'd try it out for ourselves, and then 'good' turned into 'great'!

They told us: "Whether you have a tubed tyre or not, this tyre bead press can get your tyre bead off in no time." Not having a tubeless tyre to test it on, i settled for some old rusty rims with even older tyres attached. I knew they were stuck fast as I'd tryed to strip them last year, failed, and relegated them to the position of 'gate prop' in the gargen.

Following instuctions, i placed the wheel so the rim was against the rounded shape stop, placed the spade between the rim and the tyre and pressed down on the handle. It was trying but i needed to ajust the leverage (a simple bolt and wing nut) before it broke the bead from the rim. Lift the lever, rotate the wheel slightly and repeat untill it's broken al the way around. Yes it is that easy, and on the few rims i tryed it didn't damage them either.

The only problem i had on one power-coated set was after breaking the bead on one rim I flipped the wheel over to break the other side, only for the process to reseal the first side again. The trick I used was remove the first rim and rotate it slightly so the studs and holes didnt line up before doing the second side, and that was enough.

For Split wheel rims at least, this works a treat and although the leverage adjuster (bolt) doesn't look the freatest, this bead breaker is not for the professional use."

Andy Gillard (Editor of SCOOTERING)
www.SCOOTERING.com


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