Can you break a tire bead?
Hit the top of the breaker bar using a 5-pound hammer, driving it in between the tire and rim. As you are driving the breaker bar in, listen for the sound of a small pop or expulsion of air. Once you hear this, push the breaker bar toward the ground to get a complete break in the bead.
How do you seat a stubborn bead?
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How do you put a stubborn tire on a rim?
Grab the tyre at the valve and start pushing it down against the rim, all while squeezing the two tyre beads together. This pushes the tyre bed into the rims central channel. Slowly work your way down toward the ground, working your hands on opposing sides of the wheel at the same time.
What to Do When You Cant get your tire off?
2:405:18How To Remove A Stuck Wheel - EricTheCarGuy - YouTubeYouTube
How do you change a inner tube without a tire lever?
0:001:55Change A Tyre Without Levers - YouTubeYouTube
Is side wall damage legal?
When tyres become worn or damaged they must be replaced. There must, by law, be at least 1.6mm of tread depth across the centre 3/4 of the width of the tread throughout the entire circumference of the tyre. There must be no damage to the tyre body - sidewalls or tread, no bulges or cuts.