Bead Buddy Lubricant Gel (Tire Mounting & Bead Setting) for Onewheel™
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Bead Buddy from Armor-Dilloz is the most incredible rubber safe lubricant you can find. This super thick and slick clear gel will make your tire swapping a breeze! This product makes getting the tire onto the rim easier, and greatly lowers the pressure needed to seat the bead, reducing the chances of serious permanent tire deformation during this process.
Bead Buddy is a slick, thick, and water-soluble gel.
We recommend using 1/4 of a bottle of Bead Buddy when mounting and setting the bead of a new tire. Increase the amount of Bead Buddy you use to ensure maximum ease. Use Bead Buddy to easily mount and set the bead of up to five tires.
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This product comes with:
- One bottle of Bead Buddy Lubricant Gel
- 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!)
Makes life easier
Bead lube worked its wonders and i hope i never have to see the sealant seep out. But ifit does ill know itll work!
Used it for my first tire change, beads popped at 45 and 90 PSI. Can't imagine if they would have ever set if I didn't have this useful gel!! Thanks C&R!
The product did what is was supposed to: make things slippery to make a hellish task at least slightly less hellish. Buy it.
Can’t tell if it did the job or not because my second head set at around 65psi. The gel itself was slimy and hard to wash off but that’s pretty minor. I would still recommend buying just to be safe but not quite sure if it does the job.
This stuff made seating the bead so easy!!! It’s pretty thick. I only ended up using about 1/4 of the bottle. One side seated around 30 psi and the other at about 60.
Much thicker than expected! It allowed me to seat the bead at only 50 psi. I do recommend hearing up the tire beforehand to make it much easier. It probably has enough for 5-7 tire changes.