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    Triumph TC-650 Tire Machine Changer

    Triumph NTC-650

    Original price was: $6,059.00.Current price is: $5,909.00. Add to cart
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    Triumph heavy duty tire machine tire changer

    Triumph NTC-690

    Original price was: $9,294.00.Current price is: $9,144.00. Add to cart
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    Triumph NTC-950

    Original price was: $2,088.00.Current price is: $1,938.00. Add to cart
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    NTC 950-1 Tire machine changer with press arm assist

    Triumph NTC-950-1

    Original price was: $2,629.00.Current price is: $2,479.00. Add to cart
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    NTC-950-2 Tire Machine with Dual Press Arms

    Triumph NTC-950-2

    Original price was: $3,271.00.Current price is: $3,121.00. Add to cart
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    Hy-Pro® TC-1300

    Original price was: $5,795.00.Current price is: $5,358.00. Add to cart
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    Hy-Pro® TC-400M-B

    Original price was: $1,637.00.Current price is: $1,289.00. Add to cart
  • Hy-Pro HPTC-430

    $1,451.00 Add to cart
  • Hy-Pro HPTC-530 Tire changer machine

    Hy-Pro HPTC-530

    $1,985.00 Add to cart
  • Hy-Pro HPTC-530 Tire changer machine

    Iowa Only | Hy-Pro HPTC-530

    $2,109.00 Add to cart
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    KaTool KT-T810 Tire changer machine

    KaTool KT-T810

    $1,599.00 Add to cart
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    Tuxedo TC-530 Tire Machine Changer

    Tuxedo TC-530 Tire Machine

    $2,285.00 Add to cart

Hy-Pro TC-950 Tire Changer. Commercial grade tire machine for tires up to 47"Tire changers are used to remove or install tires to automotive rims.  These machines typically use an electric powered rotating table and adjustable vertical shaft with a duck-head to protect rims.

Tire Irons are used to leverage the tire off the rim while the table rotates.  Once the top bead is pulled over the rim, the tire iron is placed under the bottom lip of the tire and the process is duplicated to fully remove the tire.

Most of our tire machines include a powered bead breaker.  First the tire should be fully deflated with a tire valve core tool.  The tire is then placed between the machine and the bead breaker and the tire is unseated from the rim with a powered arm.

Some machines include one or two press arms which help remove more rigid side wall tires like run flat or low profile tires.