To save some money, it can be judicious to assemble the tire by itself on condition that you have the right material. The operation is feasible on a motorcycle or quad tire, but it is strongly discouraged for a car tire since you would risk damaging the tire or its tire.
In order to assemble a tire by itself, it is important to have the right tools:
- a howitzer extractor: the howitzer is the small metal part inside the valve.
- a bead breaker: it will serve to take off the tire from the tire.
- 3 rim protectors
- 3 mounting levers
- mounting paste and soap
- a balancer
DISASSEMBLE YOUR TIRE
The first stage on how to remove a tire from a rim. For this, it is enough to disassemble the valve with the help of a howitzer extractor.
Next, you can place your tire on the bead breaker to proceed to take off the tire from the sides of the tire. If you do not have a bead breaker, you can perform this operation with the help of a vice with large enough jaws or a hydraulic press.
Once detached, lubricate the two edges of the tire with the help of mounting paste or soap to facilitate disassembly.
To remove the tire from the tire, use the 3 mounting levers protecting the tire thanks to the 3 tire protectors. Place a protection on the tire, then pry with the help of one of the levers to remove the tire. Repeat the operation as many times as necessary to remove the first side of the tire.
For the second side, the same operation is performed but through the inside of the tire.
Lubricate the tire and the tire to be mounted again. The first flank of the tire will easily enter around the rim, forcing slightly 3/4, then with the help of a mounting lever for the remaining 1/4.
To insert the second flank into the tire, use several levers by pressing on the tire with the help of your knee or a third person.
Once the tire has completely entered, raise the valve with the help of the howitzer extractor.
The last stage consists in placing the tire on the tire, inflating it strongly until you hear two “clacks”. The clack means that the tire is correctly glued to the tire.
Finally, you only have to inflate the tire to the proper pressure, and perform a balance if necessary.