Shutterbug78· Chap Dawg
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I don't have a motorcycle jack. Any issues with installing Dyna-Beads if I deflate on the ground and remove the valve cores?
Great advice! I'll be sure to do one at a time. Thanks!That is how I did mine. One tip is if you have an engraver press the side of it against the valve stem as you install them. With the vibration they flow right in. Another tip is do one at a time, after you fill them you want to roll the tire a 1/4 turn, fill it and set the pressure them do the next. Trying to do this with 2 flat tires is a work out, and yes I have personal experience with this.:icon_redf
that will also keep the tire from plugging the valve stem if you did not keep the stem off to the side like pastordave said to do.Maybe you can put some boards under your frame before you deflate your tires. This should hold the bike up and not make the flat tire hold the weight.