Join Date: Feb 2011
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Sled: Soon To Be 06 F7,Orange,Cant Wait
ATV: 2006 ARCTIC CAT 500
2007 Mileage: 00
honestly,drive a vehicle as close to the rim as you can,obv without touching it,once the bead breaks. they sell all kinds of stuff. i know for my motorcycle tires,i bought rim protectors,$5,and a couple autozone pry bars,theyre not really pry bars they look like heavy duty flat head screwdriver with a bent 45* tip. as for the driving over the tire,you can probably just let the air out and hit right near the bead with a sledgy or somthing,then wedge prybar under it,or just get the actual tire spoons,and work your way around. then the new tire spray it down with whatever is recomended,soap and water? push it onto the rim,one side should go on then the next side is the harder side to get on,you use the spoons or prybars and just work your way around.
i have never done this but read alot about it. youtube has a bunch of videos,redneck versions lol that look like they would work pretty good. i know when i do it,i am going to do it myself somhow. so let me know,post back on how you did it if you do.thanks