Speedway Motors Tire Install / Removal Kit
Dirt Late Model, Hobby Stock, Modified, Pavement Late Model, Sprint Car, Stock Car
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Build Your KitYou're almost there! This kit has an option or two for you to select. Let us know which options you want for your new kit.
These simple, portable tools work great for quickly breaking down tire beads. They have rubber cushioned handles for easier use. This wide-foot model is zinc coated and spreads the load over a larger area of the tire, which is especially helpful on soft sidewall tires.
The tire iron is perfect for when you need to change or repair your tires and don't want to be at the mercy of the tire shop. Provides leverage that makes changing tires easy. The tire spoon features a curved head and long handle to provide just the right amount of leverage.
The included valve core tool makes removing and installing valve stem cores a snap. Comes with six cores that store in the tool body. A must for your tool box!
- Designed for 15" wheels, but can be modified for smaller wheels
- Kit includes:
- (1) tire bead breaker tool
- (2) 18" tire irons
- (1) 30" tire spoon
- (1) tire valve core tool
What's In The Kit
Speedway Wide Foot Tire Bead Breaker ToolPart # 91082003Qty x 1
Speedway 18 Inch Tire IronPart # 91082331Qty x 2
Speedway 30 Inch Tire Spoon ToolPart # 91082334Qty x 1
Valve Core ToolPart # 91082335Qty x 1
More Like This
Q & A
Pat gives a brief overview of air ride and parts we have to offer for air ride.
Are you an avid car show attendee? Here are 10 must have tools for car shows and road trips.
Many sanctioning bodies now require mud covers to be bolted to the wheel and the mounting tabs to be integral or welded to the wheel. This article explains how to properly bolt on mud covers and the tools required to do so.
A guide on how to groove your left rear and right rear tires.
In preparation to transplant a 430hp 383 stroker into Project Chevelle, Zach R. made up a set of plug wires for the car. To keep it nice and tidy they needed to be routed just right, be the perfect length and not distract from the engine!
Project Chevelle undergoes front suspension upgrades to minimize feeling every dip and bump in the road. Josh S. walks through the install and quick overview of the tubular control arms and G comp spindles.
Feel like you're just spinning your wheels at the races? Click here for tips and tricks on gaining traction by grooving, siping and needling your racing tires.