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How much do you know about portable tire changers?

How much do you know about portable tire changers?

Portable tyre changer is a must-have equipment for tire shops. It is not only about the performance of tires, but also about the safety of tires! It is the first problem that needs attention, and it must not be ignored. First of all, the first step is to choose the right tire equipment, use the trained mechanics, and follow the correct steps! Indispensable!

tyre changer machine

So what should you watch out for when using a portable tire changer for different tires?

1. For tires with good but soft and thin tires: When using a shovel to shovel the tires, you can slightly lift the air shovel control pedal, and push the tires inward to confirm that the shovel is in contact with the tire mouth, and then use the legs. Or hold your hand to prevent the tire from returning, and then step on the control pedal, it is easier to shovel the tire.

portable tyre changer

2. For tires with long running time: the tire is subjected to internal air pressure for a long time, and the heat generated by the friction between the tire and the ground causes the tire to bond with the steel ring. When the air shovel is difficult to shovel, dissolve the detergent in the water first, and use a small brush to brush some solution at the bead and the steel ring. After the solution penetrates into the gap between the tire lip and the steel ring, use the shovel Lower the tires.

tyre changing machine

3, for the tires with a harder tire: when the tires are best to use the car spring steel plate, homemade long crowbar to the bird’s head tire mouth, it is easier. When the upper tire is used, press the tire belly with both hands. When the difference is about 200mm and the tire mouth is at the tightest position, press the right elbow to press the tire belly. At the same time, the left hand will follow the trend and push the tire clockwise to prevent the motor and the V-belt from slipping. It also protects the motor.

Feb-18-2019

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