Motorcycle Tire Changer Central Machinery Estate Sale Find Un Used on 2040-parts.com
Orinda, California, United States
Central Machinery Motorcycle Tire Changer
Estate Sale Find New Un-Used No signs of use, general scratching, minimal rust from storage Absolutly NO Damage.
pls look closely these are all the parts that there were...
This motorcycle tire changer attachment makes it easy to use our Portable Tire Changer for dismounting and remounting motorcycle tires. The tire changer attachment provides support and leverage for breaking beads and unseating sidewalls.
Stable three-point rim support
Fully adjustable to lock rim in place
Durable steel construction
Handles rims from 11 in. to 25 in. diameter
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The MINI Clubvan – a MINI Clubman with blocked out windows and no back seats – arrives as a production model and debuts at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The MINI Clubvan arrived as a concept at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, but there was no chance MINI were going to pass up the chance of filling yet another MINI niche, which makes it no surprise this morning sees the arrival of the production version of the Clubvan. Looking exactly like what it is – a MINI Clubman with polycarbonate panels over the back windows and no back seats – the MINI Clubvan aims to do for trendy delivery businesses what the MINI did for trendy Estate Agents - make their ubiquitous presence a real annoyance.
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