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Easy-To-Use Bead Breaker
"It's easy to use and so compact you can throw it in your toolbox," says Jacob Unrau, about his new manual bead breaker for use on 12 to 16-in. tires.
It simply clamps in place over the rim with insertion of a small metal "key". Then you just use a wrench to tighten down a large bolt that pushes out on a finger that forces the bead away from the rim. A long handle extends backward across the rim, bracing the tool against the opposite side.
"It works so easy you can turn the wrench with one finger when popping off the bead," notes Unrau, who sells the new tool for $52 Canadian. He's looking for distributors and dealers.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, J.U. Enterprises, P.O. Box 617, lle Des chenes, Manitoba ROA 0T0 Canada (ph 204 388-

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1994 - Volume #18, Issue #4