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Save some cash, mount your tires yourself! It's not as hard as you might think.

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That does work. Its not as easy as it sounds though. If you ride in any rocky areas. Save your self a lot of money, and get some bead locks. My carbon fiber bead locks have saved me tons of money. And mounting tires on them is a breeze.

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Yeah,,,,I used to change my tires but dont anymore....What a PITA it was....I usually had to Cut them off....The new ones can be a PITA too....

But when your out on a Trail and lose a Bead and there are no Gas Stations with air....Better hope you Brought a Match:wink:

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