I see a huge mistake. The guy doesn't push the opposite side of the tire bead into the shallow part of the rim. See how he was to wrestle on his first attempt to pop the tire over the rim? And why not spray a bunch of soapy water on the rim and tire to help as well?
And at the end, he's fighting the tire on. They're much easier to install on the rim with soapy water and a plastic deadblow hammer.
I don't have the luxury of room for tire station like he built, but it's not bad!
I always do my own tires, but just use traditional spoons and bead breaker.
John, 2000 RC51 #000100
Last edited by jondog9; 09-23-2013 at 07:14 PM.