Next, remove the rim from the stand, re-install the valve stem, and add air. You should get two good pops as the bead seats on the rim. (Watch your fingers). If you do this right away when the tire/rim is still wet from the soapy water, it's easier.
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Make sure you use your rim protector.
This is the tool that comes with the HF tire changer is definitely needed to make the job easier.
I mounted my Harbor Freight tire changer to an old desk top that is 45" x 45". When I'm not using it, I can slide it against the wall out of the way
The Red tire iron and the 2 metal rods to put through the axle hole come with the changer.
Tools you need:
* Soapy Water
* Rim procetcors
* Valve stem remover
* 2 additional 20"-23" tire irons
* a block of wood