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Old 12-16-2010, 01:46 AM
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Originally Posted by RootBeer View Post
Also the tire shop doing it would have to have the special adapter to work with the chrome clad wheels. Not all shops have it.
The adapter is needed to remove the tire from what I understand. The tire would not need removed. The outside would simply need broken off the bead. They wouldn't need to lay the wheel face-down, which is where I understand that the adapter comes into play (for grip when breaking the rear bead seal and removing the tire). It would be a quick job for a competent shop.
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