If you take off the front fender and it rains you will be "splattercockin" . This is not German it is a word I made up many years ago when watching people on choppers perched off to one side of the seat to avoid the splatter hitting them right between the eyes . Avoid splattercockin use a fender. Changed alot of tires on street bikes but rarley ever balanced . I never use irons to replace the new tire that way you CAN"T pinch the tube . Just lube it and walk it on with the feet while it lays on a 2x4 frame on the floor.The trick is to keep the slack at the lowest point of the rim.My first irons I made from 1/2" round stock. Now I have some Ken-Tools from yard sales in the tool box also. I like the real tire soap as it is a bit more slippery under pressure than dish soap. But dish soap works. I just like to keep a little tire area with a JC Whitney beadbreaker [35 bucks on sale].Shops charge tire changes for 300 bucks on the bike I do it for 50 a tire.
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