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Given the fact that I have nearly new or new tires and I want to install them and inflate them is there an advantage or disadvantage or pros and cons or ups and downs or goods and bads....
To using tubes.
The reason I want to use them is that it's just plain easier in some situations because of not being able to seat the bead properly with a low-volume compressor.
Ladies and gentlemen, what be your thoughts?
I have the small 15x6.00-6 tires on my 310-8. One of the tires split and I bought 2 new ones along with 2 tubes. It was a bear to get the old tire off of the rim and even harder to get the new one on. I ended up going to a tire shop and 2 tire men with big tire tools cursed and moaned trying to get this little tire onto the rim and in the end, either they or I pinched the tube and now the tube needs to be replaced.
Anyone around me have the skills, patience or tricks to help me change these stinking tires?
@PeacemakerJack @ACman @cschannuth @ebinmaine Last week coming home from work I changed lanes to allow another vehicle on and missed unidentified object with front tire but it got the right rear and actually popped through the tread about 1.5 miles to my exit where I get out and survey the damage when I remember I didn't have a jack or tire tools since buying it used last year ,I then drove the last 1.5 mile home, any ways I ruined the tire rest of the way, I remember my BIL having a set of Caddilac Escalade wheels so I procured those and and brand new set of shoes to go along, slow transforming this little ride into my "shop truck", Jeff.