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K&l Supply Atv Bead Buster 35-9004 on

US $649.95

Santa Cruz, California, United States

Santa Cruz, California, United States

Open box, still in new condition.



  • Heavy-duty Bead Buster easily removes old hard tires from rusty rims as well as safety bead tires from wheels
  • Innovative tire tool features a leverage arm connected to a vertical breaking shoe that pushes straight down on the bead rather than a conventional bead breaker with an arcing motion
  • Applying the force straight down breaks the bead much easier on old or stubborn tires; the vertical motion also prevents the shoe from sliding down the sidewall and pulling away from the bead
  • Accessory kit sold separately
  • Accessory kit includes center post thread protector, installation/removal bar and wheel holder
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