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Originally Posted by rccardr View Post
Warm up the tires by putting them in the sun or using a hairdryer. A friend puts them in the clothes dryer, but not when his wife is around.

Once mounted, tires are usually easier to get off and on again in case of a flat.


I'd have someone's head if I came home and found someone running a 220 volt clothes dryer or 1800 watt hair dryer to heat up a bicycle tire.


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