Subject: Re: Tube type tire change Mon Jun 30, 2014 8:33 am
Good info & video's John. Yes they sound brilliant for balancing Tex, I love the concept of Dynobeads. A perfectly balance tyre after 100 or 10000 miles, they are what I would use if doing a tyre myself nowadays.
Two-Bears * VZ Guru *
Subject: Re: Tube type tire change Mon Jun 30, 2014 11:18 am
Hello Tex, My mate told me of DynaBeads a couple of years ago,, sounds a brilliant way to balance your wheel. I have not spoken to anyone who has fitted them so if you get a chance would you tell us your findings,, how easy/fiddly are they to install, how do you feel they work etc.,, it would be appreciated. iI cannot use them on my tyre as I use puncturesafe tyre gunk. For those of us who haven't experience DynaBeads I`ve included an explanation video of how it works.
A similar system but you see it working.
Proudtexson VIP Member
Subject: Re: Tube type tire change Mon Jun 30, 2014 6:21 pm
Thanks again John. That helps a lot. I believe that will save me money. The cheapest place I can get tires is Motorcycle superstore.com. Around here if you take a tire in to get mounted they charge big time because you didn't buy it there. Guess I can't blame them. I am just planning ahead. Ialready got the Beads. Need to get some tire tools
peardrop3 Very Valued VIP Member
Subject: Re: Tube type tire change Mon Jun 30, 2014 7:41 pm
Looks like the dynabeads is a class product especially as it can be reused in multiple tyres!
OldManYam Very Valued VIP Member
Subject: Re: Tube type tire change Mon Jun 30, 2014 11:02 pm
I've replaced tubed tyres in the past, but it takes quite a bit of effort if using levers only (rather than with a tyre rig/frame).
The main thing you need to be really careful of (whatever tools you are using) is not nipping the (new) tube on reassembly. You have to keep your eyes on things, especially the tube, as you work the tyre bead around the wheel rim, Tyre soap helps a lot on reassembly.
The DynaBeads sound a good idea ... not seen or used them before.