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post #1 of 6 Old Dec 20th, 2017, 7:00 am Thread Starter
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Pro Model Tire Machine for Sale

SOLD SOLD SOLD

This is the same one used by a lot of the motorcycle shops every where. I've had it for 3 or 4 years and have changed 50 or more tires including those on my Motorcycle trailer all very easily. Asking $500 and can deliver in the Central Texas Area.
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post #2 of 6 Old Dec 20th, 2017, 1:58 pm
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Re: Pro Model Tire Machine for Sale

Awfully tempting, but I imagine shipping to OR could be prohibitive...

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Re: Pro Model Tire Machine for Sale

Here is one closer to you. I live in Mount Vernon WA. 50 miles north of seattle. A coats 220 tire machine, with NoMar nylon rim holder blocks also as spare or main use. Coats mount/dismount bar with many extra nylon protector tips and the NoMar bar which I think is not nearly as good. Used it for years until I bought a power machine. Two grand worth of stuff for $800. Pick up only. Change four sets of tires and you have paid for all this. I changed hundreds of tires with this manual machine, it is tough as nails. beech
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post #4 of 6 Old Dec 22nd, 2017, 2:31 am
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Re: Pro Model Tire Machine for Sale

That's a decent option, Beech, but I already have access to a manual No-Mar tire changer. Used that one many times, on my bikes and others.

I've been looking at a powered tire changer for a while, but retail pricing is still bit steep. This seemed like a decent price, from a trusted rider.

And then I remembered my brother is in central TX, has a van, and still has several of my wheels and other spare parts at his place from the recent IBR checkpoint in Dallas.

So he and Steve will hook up and do the transfer. Then I'll forward my brother gas money to come out (cheaper than UPS), deliver all the parts, and see the family. Win-win-win for everyone.
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Re: Pro Model Tire Machine for Sale

Thanks Ken I'll wait for your brother to contact me.

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Re: Pro Model Tire Machine for Sale

Bah humbug.

Go away for 4 days and this is what happens.


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