Motion Pro Spoon Tire Iron

Spoon Tire Iron

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Motion Pro Spoon Tire Iron

Featuring a spoon shape and a 10 inch length, the Motion Pro Spoon Tire Iron is perfect for those hard to change tires. Made of tough steel with a nickel pewter finish, this tire iron will make sure you get the job done.
  • Unique spoon shape to ease tire removal
  • Lare curved end fits securely in the hand
  • Hard nickel pewter finish
  • 10" long, 4.2 oz.
  • Item # 4482
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Good deal

Was very pleased with the price and performance of these tools.

David - August 19, 2016

(daytona beach, FL)

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Only spoons you need

Buy three and your good to go.

Mike - August 3, 2016

(Toms River, NJ)

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Best tire spoons.

I've tried several different styles of tire irons but this spoon is my favorite. Sturdy, light and almost impossible to pinch a tube with this design. 3 of these make a perfect set.

Dave Clark - May 16, 2016

(Spokane, WA)

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Good Spoons

Bought these for a recent 1700 mile dirt ride through WY/UT/CO. Buddy's XR650 had flat front tire right out of the gate. Spoons worked well to get a new tube in and going again. Recommend.

Mark - October 3, 2015

(Newaygo, MI)

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Great Tire Iron

This is the best iron for not marking up your rim. It would be nice if they had this in different lengths. Way better than the Bikemaster set.

Duane - May 13, 2015

(Buford, GA)

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First time changing tires

I don't think I could have changed my tires without these, and they are compact enough to take in a tool bag.

Joey - April 17, 2015

(Tuttle, OK)

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Worked Great

I would recommend this tool to everyone. Plenty of leverage and wide flat end is easy to get under the tire. If you mount your own tires do yourself a favor and buy a couple.

Mick - April 6, 2015

(Bluff City, TN)

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Buy if you want a bent tool

The tool bent when I used it to put on my rear tire.

Scott - March 23, 2015

(Fort Myers, FL)

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Should have bought these the first time

Previously used a set of inexpensive irons which were very thick and were a b***h to slide in and out. I finally broke down and bought three of these, which is what I should have done in the first place. These slide in and out so much easier and make changing a tire a much more pleasant experience. They are nicely made tools and easy on the hands. I knocked off a star on the "Cost Benefit" as I'd love to see these at about $10/spoon. Relatively expensive, but worth it.

Dave O - March 1, 2015

(Corvallis, OR)

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Must Have

My first time changing a tire on my XR650L and these spoons made it a very easy job. Try it, you will be happy with the results.

Bill - February 11, 2015

(Eastsound, WA)

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Good Tool for the Money

Worked out great- will be in my tool box for years to come.

David - November 10, 2014

(Franklin, KY)

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Top choice

After five years riding dirt trails/road, I had a front flat. I got the tire off in fairly short order and put in the fresh tube that we all should carry. Unfortunately, I pinched the new tube with the fairly pointed irons I was carrying and I got to patch the old tube. Since then I bought a set of spoons and put new tires on my bike. They have good leverage when bending the bead over the rim and the rounded tip of the spoon seems to minimize the chance of catching the tube for a 'pinch'.

Rich - October 24, 2014

(Bothell, WA)

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Excellent tool

Only thing I wish I had done was buy three as their video recommends.

Mike - August 19, 2014

(Saratoga Springs, UT)

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Motion Pro Tire Iron

These tire irons work great. Motion Pro makes great tools and these are no exception.

Doug - April 27, 2014

(Asheville, NC)

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Tire Irons

Worked great. Don't waste money on the giant version, this size is by far the best way to go. Buy 3 as 2 is not enough to do the job correct. 3 is easy if you watch a few videos online.

Ken - April 19, 2014

(Bellingham, WA)
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