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Affordable Tire Changer
"Probably the most exciting feature about our tire changer is its low price tag," explains Jackson Ideen about his company's new model 100 Self-Change tire changer. "Because it features simple manual operation instead of expensive pneumatic or electric power systems, we're able to sell it for only $199."
Ideen adds that, "many farmers and ranchers have been asking for a low-priced tire changer. Most farmers and ranchers can't justify owning the pneumatic models, which require a large air system to operate, or those operated hydraulically or electrically."
The manually-operated Wikco Model 100 requires neither air nor electricity. It works on almost any car or light truck tires, tractor fronts and similar size tires up to an 11L by 15 flotation tire. It can be used to break beads, demount and mount tires.
The changer comes complete with bead breaker arm, a manual pry bar for demounting, and a mounting tool to roll the bead back onto the rim. The changer can be used in the shop, or taken to the field for on-site tire repairs.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Wikco Industries, Inc., Route 2, Broken Bow, Neb. 68822 (ph 308 872-5327).

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