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  1. Bloo It's 25" where the bead sits on the rim. The sides of the rim are larger diameter to hold the tire on the rim. Hopefully I explained it correctly. Charley
  2. deaddds Sorry, I just measured the rim tool. It opens to 25" max. Your rim is probably 26" or 26-1/2" outside diameter. You'll need a little larger unit. This one is a Pacific Rim Tool B1.
  3. I will send you a pm with some photos. Be back home in a few hours. Thanks Charley
  4. Dandy Dave The poster mentions 35" wheel rather than the 35" tire that he has. Looking at the markings on his tire 35 x 5. It would indicate a 25" rim size. Your Weaver tire machine is way cool. Best Charley
  5. Keiser is always a step ahead of me. Charley
  6. Bill Harper posted the following rim splitter instructions on another forum. Very helpful to me. If you have 35" tires the rim o.d. should be 25"? If so I do have a three jaw rim splitter for $65.00 plus shipping. Best Charley
  7. Matt excellent write-up. How's your blood pressure? Charley
  8. That's why I used the word slight. Charley
  9. $1.29 Ohio. I guess this stay at home should give everyone a slight glimpse into what a POW goes through. Charley
  10. John This song has your name all over it! Born to Be Wild Get your motor runnin' Head out on the highway Lookin' for adventure And whatever comes our way Yeah Darlin' go make it happen Take the world in a love embrace Fire all of your guns at once And explode into space I like smoke and lightning Heavy metal thunder Racin' with the wind And the feelin' that I'm under Yeah Darlin' go make it happen Take the world in a love embrace Fire all of your guns at once And explode into space Like a true nature's child We were born, born to be wild We can climb so high I never wanna die Born to be wild Born to be wild Best Charley
  11. Dandy, way cool topic. That's really awesome. Best of success. Thanks for sharing. Charley