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Old 07-08-2020, 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Gasser Nate View Post
If you were able to get the tyre back on the rim without levers, whoever installed it has broken the bead and that?s what caused the mousse to come out the side.
Seen it before a fair few times.
quite possibly, there is the right way to install a tyre with a mousse and a wrong way. The guys at six days enduro do it in about a minute and make it look easy

The hard way involves brute force and broken tyre levers and beads
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