Tire Bead Breaker for Onewheel™
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Never struggle to break the bead of your tire again. You will experience a completely new level of ease while changing your Onewheel's tire with this convenient Tire Bead Breaker. Buy time by breaking the bead of your tire within seconds.
- Fully adjustable
- Assembly required
- Compatible with all Onewheel models
|Onewheel Pint X||Yes|
This product comes with:
- One Tire Bead Breaker
- Craft&Ride Stickers (Please leave an order note with which stickers you would specifically like and we will include them if they are in stock!)
I currently live in a area where I don’t have access to all my old tools or scrap lumber/metal. So I needed something that would make my tire change go smoothly and not make me lose what little hair a had left. This tool didn’t disappoint. Simple instructions. Simple assembly. Was effortless to break the bead. Best part is was that I could simply disassemble the tool and pack it away on a shelf. I do t regret this purchase one bit. Stress free.
Craft & Ride is the best!
Build of the tool was simple. Just completed first tire change (GT Enduro/Lifesaver install) and breaking the bead with this tool was seamless. Thanks C&R!
Easy to assemble and made changing the tire a breeze.
Nothing beats using a tool thats made for the job.
Changing a tire is one of the most unbelievably irritating things I've ever done in my life. This thing made the process just a little bit more bearable 😁 It really helps! 👍
I was able to break the bead with one hand and a beer in the other, nuff said.