Motion Pro 11" Tire Iron

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Motion Pro 11" Tire Iron

  • Forged steel zinc plated tire irons
  • One curved end, one straight end
  • Reduces marring of alloy rims
  • Sold as a pair
  • Item # 4465
  • SKU #40996
  • Mfr. Part # 57-6210

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Nice tool

Bought two sets. Used three, mounting my new front tire.

Steve Foster - December 06, 2007

(Labelle, FL)

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Works Great

Motion Pro's tire irons are the best. They have a good edge for hooking onto the tire and over the rim. 11 inch is just the right length for the job.

Mike Gross - August 18, 2008

(Cleveland, NC)

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motion pro tire iron

I have my son in law's irons and they worked very well

LaDonna Franklin - March 30, 2009

(Waldron, AR)

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Motion Pro-11" Tire Iron

Motion Pro - 11" Tire Iron worked out great for me. Just what I needed to change my tires. Cost was good and received it right away. Thanks again.

Dennis Ige - March 30, 2009

(Los Angeles, CA)

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Motion Pro 11" Tire Iron

Great tire iron, they need to sell in sets of 3, and maybe offer a slip over hard cover to keep the rims from scratching.

Brian Wagner - October 07, 2009

(Mansfield, TX)

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11" Tire Irons

It had been a long time since last tire change on any motorcycle tire. I remember using screwdrivers and other tools. The tire irons were sweet. Sprinkle some baby powder on the tire use tire irons properly and carefully no punctures or tears it was great.

Clint Collins - December 03, 2009

(Tome, NM)

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They do the job - price is right

Bought these in conjunction with a new front tire. I had to use them to get the old tire off and new tire on, obviously, and they did the job perfectly...they even fit in my fender bag. Good buy for the price.

Kevin - April 12, 2010

(Memphis, TN)

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Motion Pro 11 inch tire irons

I wish I would have bought the longer tire irons, but these worked just fine. I just had to put a little more umph behind it if you know what I mean. They did get the job done.

luke - May 20, 2010

(lincolnton, GA)

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Tire Iron

The right tool for the right job sure makes it easier. Nice length for good leverage to remove & install tires. Good price & fast shipping.

Jim H - July 19, 2010

(Wauregan, CT)

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good and inexpensive

Got these to replace the wheels on my Chinese scooter and for the price I figured I could not loose. Nice and ridged and worked well... may not be bad to buy 2 pairs to make the job just that little bit easier.

kary1982v6 - January 14, 2011

(Payson, UT)

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Tire Irons

Great product for the price. They do what they are supposed to do.

Paul K. - August 23, 2011

(Omaha, NE)

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Life savers

Worked great for me......no sharp edges, the right curves on the tips...the only improvement I can imagine would be to include a third iron (and a third hand to use it).

Tom S. - September 08, 2011

(Livingston , MT)

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Did the job at fraction of the price at the shop

They worked great!!! One thing to remember is that if you do not want to scratch up your alloy wheel, get a motor oil plastic bottle and cut out two pieces about 4x7 inches from either side of the bottle. Use the newly cut out "rim protectors" in between the tire iron and the rim itself. If the plastic the oil bottle was made from is fairly durable, you will not have a single scratch on your wheel!!! Trust me, I did this to two wheels without any problem and saved $50.00 for mounting.

Alexei - March 09, 2012

(Seattle , WA)

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First Time

This was the first time I ever changed tires. The back tire was a bit harder than the front, but the tire irons worked great.

Brian - April 09, 2012

(Fair Oaks , CA)

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Perfect Tool

Worked really well getting off a couple of 30 year old stiff rubber tires from a restoration project. The finish on the irons is so nice, it did not make ANY marks on the rim where I could not use a protector.

Al - June 13, 2012

(Mamaroneck, NY)
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