Motion Pro Enduro Pro Tire Iron Set

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Rating 4.57 of 5 (23 Reviews)

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Motion Pro Enduro Pro Tire Iron Set

Designed for the enduro or dual-sport rider
  • Perfect for the tool kit
  • 8 1/2" long and a lightweight 4 1/2 oz.
  • Hot forged chrome vanadium steel
  • Two irons and vinyl carrying pouch included
  • Item # 4460
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Overall Rating: 4.57 of 5

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Nice!

Good and sturdy. Has very thin spoon to make it easy to slip under a tight bead. Short to fit in your tool bag.

TOMMY - May 27, 2015

(SAN ANGELO, TX)

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It would be better with 3 irons

When changing the tire I found the need for a third iron otherwise they work great..

Bob - June 25, 2013

(Germantown, MD)

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better than nothing

Wasn't impressed at all. They are too short, too narrow, and the bend is too severe. Scratched the rim really bad. Would not recommend this set at all.

Tim - March 14, 2013

(Goodland, KS)

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good value

Good all around tool. Could be a little longer.

Dave - July 24, 2012

(Rockford, IL)

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Nice Tire Tools

Great size and material. Perfect to carry instead of factory tools.

Jerry - June 26, 2012

(Auburndale, FL)

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Rainman

Good stuff. I changed my front tire on my DR650 to feel for the tools before I actually had to use them on the road. Use a piece of cardboard or leather to protect your rim. Good small package to keep on the bike with your repair kit.

Rainman - January 12, 2012

(ReguladoresLand, TX)

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Tire irons

Work like a charm. Makes changing tires MUCH easier.

Wesley - January 9, 2012

(Longview, TX)

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Needs to be longer

These tire spoons would work in a pinch, but they need to be longer for more regular use...

jeff - January 5, 2012

(harrisonburg, VA)

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Good iron set

This is a good set of iron to put in your back pack, or tool bag. I purchased this set of irons to take on the trail in the event of a flat. I did use these irons when installing a new rear knob and they worked great. I would recommend using three tire irons.

Chris - November 18, 2011

(Asheville, NC)

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simple, small, rugged

Rugged, small size, just right to tuck in to your waterpack to keep handy on the trail.

Larry - August 31, 2011

(Scottsdale, AZ)

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a little short, needs a third

I just changed my tire on my 1200 GS Adventure, it was a real struggle to be honest. Got 'er done though. Had I not had another crowbar and plenty of liquid detergent, I could not have mounted the tire. I will be buying the longer third bar. The pluses for this little pack is just that - fits nicely into the kit. Had no problem taking the tire off, but getting the new one on was something else.

Tony - August 30, 2011

(Pasadena, MD)

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Get at least 3 irons...

On my drum brake rear (BMW R89/6) they worked fine, provided at least one additional iron was available. The plastic case won't stand up long, but the irons offer good value/price ratio, and do fit in the under-seat tool holder.

Norm - August 30, 2011

(Ellensburg, WA)

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Tire Iron Set

best tire iron set, fits into the tool kit bag and at the best price.....on sale... I got the greatest deal on tools and tires today !!! WOW ...MC Superstore...love this place.

rey - June 8, 2011

(san francisco, CA)

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what else is there to say?

It’s a tire iron... I got these because after some research, I found that you can actually damage your rims with longer tire irons because of too much leverage.. these were fine...

Paul - September 23, 2010

(Philadelphia, PA)

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Tire Iron Set

Tools look and work well. Small compact set is easy to take along, and the price is right.

Steve - May 21, 2010

(Cave Creek, AZ)