Tire Changer Machines
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If you manage a garage or an automotive service station, you know that adequate tire changing requires heavy-duty equipment that can withstand the rigorous demands of high-volume service. That’s where Best Buy Auto Equipment can help. We offer a wide selection of tire changers to suit any need: motorcycles, standard size cars, and trucks, as well as heavy-duty vehicles. We carry only the best brands in the business, to ensure reliability and long-lasting use. Enjoy a shopping experience unlike any other and narrow your search by choosing a subcategory. Select products also qualify for free shipping, so take advantage while supplies last!
Tire Changing Machines
Our selection of tire changers includes top-of-the-line models made by Ammco, CEMB, Coats, Corghi, Dannmar, and other great brands that automotive professionals trust above all else. We offer four types of tire changing equipment, including swing arm, tilt back, leverless, and manual models. We carry a wide variety of swing arm models, which are designed to handle the toughest tires on the market. Swing arm changers are easy to use and very affordable. Many of the models we offer are either electric or manual and come with pneumatic clamps, double acting cylinders, side-mounted bead breakers, adjustable clamp seats, and much more. Select models include tubeless tire inflation and simultaneous positioning for motorcycle, ATV, or scooter wheels.
Leverless tire changers are designed to lift and set heavy tires all on their own, making them an easy and touchless solution for busy businesses. We offer leverless models that eliminate the need for traditional tire tools. If you require a tire changer that can accommodate a variety of vehicles, look no further than our tilt back models. Tilt back models come with large turntables and hardened-steel support arms to eliminate flex and reduce the risk of tire damage. We even offer interest-free financing for up to six months on select models, so you can expand your service offering and maximize profits while staying true to your budget. Submit your financing application today without any obligation to buy! If you need any assistance while shopping from our online selection, please call 1-800-647-7883 to speak with an experienced and knowledgeable representative.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best tire changer?
One of the most popular and best tire changers on the market today is the Atlas® TC221 Elec/Pneumatic Wheel Clamp Tire Changer.
Can you replace tires yourself?
As an experienced and certified tech, it's relatively easy to replace tires yourself. As a hobbyist, it is possible to install your own, but you will need the right equipment and the know-how. We strongly recommend getting the right tools and knowing what you are doing so installing your tires does not turn into a dangerous disaster.
How much does mounting and balancing tires cost?
Tire mounting and balancing are usually charted per tire on average. For balancing a tire, you will probably be looking at anything between $10 to $30 per tire. Mounting tires see a range of $15 to $30 per tire as well.
How do you get a tight tire on a rim?
You could install a tire on a rim yourself to save some time and money, but we strongly urge hobbyists new to car maintenance to seek out the professionals.
- Place the rim flat on the ground with the front side facing up.
- Lubricate the beads of the tire with dish detergent and lay the tire on the rim. The beads of the tire are the inside edges, around the hole.
- Work the back (or bottom) bead of the tire open by pushing or standing on the side of the tire. Locking a pair of vise grips onto the edge of the rim can help in installing or uninstalling the bead by keeping the tire separated from the rim.
- Slide a screwdriver or pry bar between the bead of the tire and the rim and pull back, sliding the bead over the rim. Do this in short spaces, working two or three inches at a time.
- Use the same procedure to install the other side (or another bead) of the tire.
- Inflate the tire after.
Can you balance your own tires?
Take note that tire manufacturers won't replace your tires if they are out of balance if you have been using them for some time. If your tires are out of balance the first time you mount them, it is our strong recommendation that it is better to contact the manufacturer.
You can balance your own tires, but the proper tools to balance them are expensive. A tire technician or mechanic with access to a tire balancer would be your best bet to ensure proper and safe tire balancing.