We know all how shithouse changing tyres can be, particularly if you have no idea what you’re doing.
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Tyre changing tips
1-Hit the tyre and rim with a bit of cheap dishwashing soap and water
2- Fit the section of tyre at the rimlock last
3-Squeeze the tyre together and ensure it’s sitting in the deepest part of the rim(the centre of the rim) this gives you a bit more “play” with the tyre and means you require less grunting to work the tyre bead over the edge of the rim.