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I have a No-Mar tire changer in the garage now. I'm still learning how to use it, but shortly I can help anyone out if they buy tires online and don't want to get gouged by someone for mounting.
I don't know what it costs lately, but I'm sure I can beat it.
No balancing yet, as I use Ride-On liquid, but I'm considering getting a balancer also.
Let me know if I can help.
Dave
 

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Now if I can just get my transporter working... Where is Scotty when you really need him. ;)


Have Fun,. and count all your fingers AFTER you have finished the wheel..
 

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Would like to know how it works. Which model did you get?

I'm using a Weaver tire machine now, doing car tires too but can only do it in the garage. Thinking about a NoMar for the trailer.
 

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CH200. I talked with the folks at No-Mar, and we determined that this model come with most of what I needed to change cruiser tires. I did buy some accessories, including a mount that uses the weight of a car or truck to hold it steady.
There are a bunch of videos online from No-Mar, including one showing a GL1800 rear tire. It's the same size as the rear on my Victory.
 
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