Fri May 17, 2013 10:50 am
Stan, that sounds like a good idea, I'd be interested in seeing how this is done in case I ever happen across something like this. I'd rather know how now than break something later.
Wed May 22, 2013 10:52 am
The "training aids" are prepped. hehe I have a shaft, pulley, one fitted key and 2 blanks to play with.. (as well as the extractors) I'll only need a vice and maybe a c-clamp to demonstrate. (After working with this means of fastening for 30 years, I have many stories) Looking forward to it!
Wed May 22, 2013 3:31 pm
I have a tire that currently sits on a really badly rusted rim that I need help dismounting. I had talked with Yogie about heading down to West Virginia for a tire-removing micro fest, but if I could get some help at the bash, I will gladly wrap it up and toss it in the back of the Camry. After removing the tire, if someone wants a fire ring, you are welcome to that!
Can we put that on the list?
Wed May 22, 2013 4:07 pm
sdurnal wrote:I'll only need a vice and maybe a c-clamp to demonstrate.
Stan, I have a vise and several sizes of "C" clamps. We should be good to go.
Hengy wrote:I have a tire that currently sits on a really badly rusted rim that I need help dismounting... ...if I could get some help at the bash, I will gladly wrap it up and toss it in the back of the Camry.
Mike, bring that tire along. I picked up an Esco 70160 bead breaker. It works pretty good on rear tires with little effort.
We'll give it a try on your rim.
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