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Moose Ty-er Irons - M01066

  • Part #: 28903
  • Manufacturer Part #: M01066
Our Price: $32.95
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Overview of Moose Ty-er Irons - M01066

  • Spooned end prevents tubes from pinching
  • 10 1/2 in. long
  • Sold as a pair

Specs for Moose Ty-er Irons - M01066

Type - Tire Tools Tool - Tire Iron
Units Pair
Weight 0.12 lbs

Specs for Moose Ty-er Irons - M01066

Type - Tire Tools Tool - Tire Iron
Units Pair
Weight 0.12 lbs

Fitment for Moose Ty-er Irons - M01066

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Part 28903 fits the following machines

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AWSOME!!!!
A must have, i change alot of atv tire and these cut the time in half and they do not scuff or scratch the rim like my old set did
January 28, 2011
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good product
these have saved me more than once and i use them on everything from riding mowers to my harley
October 21, 2009
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Great tool for the value
I love these tools, now I can change my tubed tire anytime I want without having to drive all the way to the dealer. I have never done this befoe so this is my first time using tire spoons and it sure makes it a heck of a lot easier than using long handled screw drivers! If you are considering changing your tires on your own, I would definitely recommed this product, the red handles on the end make it easy to use without tearing up your hand and make it easy to grip when you really need to apply some pressure.
April 16, 2010
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Ty-re Irons
Got this set ot tire irons to change the tire on my bike. I like everything about them except I with they were just a little longer for better leverage. Mostly like the handles as the provide a much better grip. Also the best price is right here at Dennis Kirk.
September 15, 2011
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May 21, 2010
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What you need to change a tire
These are up to the task of changing big-bike tires. It helps to have a good waist-high support for the wheel, warm soapy water and a helper, but ya just can't do it without at least a pair of tire irons -- better three of them. These worked very well for me.
December 10, 2010
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essential tools
These are the best of the smaller tire spoons. They don't scratch or pinch, just long enough to be useful and the handles are great. I use 2 of these and 1 16" curved iron to change even the toughest dirt bike tires.
June 25, 2014
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July 20, 2010
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May 21, 2010
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January 24, 2011

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