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  • Hydraulic Oil for Lifts
    T Shirts Hats Garage Signs Weaver Wear Weaver Wear Rodder s Garage 2 Post Lifts 4 Post Lifts 2 Post Lift Parts Accessories 4 Post Lift Parts Accessories Mid Low Rise Lifts Mid Low Rise Lift Parts Accessories Car Rotisserie Specialty Heavy Duty Lifts Tire Changers Wheel Balancers Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Tire Changer Parts Accessories Wheel Balancer Parts Accessories Transmission Jacks Jack Stands Oil Drains Hose Reels Brake Lathes Air Compressors Popular Brands Weaver Equipment Weaver Lift Direct Lift Forward Lift K L Supply Hofmann Droptail ReelCraft Champion Compressors Our Newsletter Your First Name Your Email Address Home Learn Hydraulic Oil for Lifts Hydraulic Oil for Lifts To make the right choice of hydraulic fluid for your lift it is important to understand each type of oil Most Lift manufacturers will recommend a few different types of hydraulic oil that can be used in their lifts We have listed those types below to help you choose the proper grade of oil for your 2 Post or 4 Post car lift 4 Post Roller Jacks and Pro Jacks Mid Rise or Low Rise car lift Motorcycle Lift and Transmission Jacks R O Stands for Rust Oxidation also contains Anti Foam additives R O is approximately a 10 weight oil with the additives Suitable for use in applications where a premium R O product is not required AW Stand for Anti Wear also protects against Rust Oxidation and contains Anti Foam additives AW32 is approximately a 10 weight oil with the additives AW46 is approximately a 15 weight oil with the additives AW provides many of the advantages of premium hydraulic oil at a moderate price Suitable for use in applications where a Premium AW product is not required All are blended with highly refined naphthenic paraffinic base oils FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Q What is the difference between AW32 and AW46 Hydraulic Oils A The weights 10 15 Sometimes called ISO32 ISO46 Q What is the difference between Premium AW32 and Quality AW32 A Quality AW32 is approximately a 1500 hour oil whereas Premium AW32 has increased oxidation stabilizers making it approximately a 5 000 hour oil Q What is the most recommended Hydraulic Oil by Lift Manufacturers A AW32 and AW46 because of their Anti Wear Anti Foam and protection against Rust Oxidation AW32 is the most popular choice being a 10 weight oil it works best for all climates Q Can I use ATF Automatic Transmission Fluid in my lift A The use of ATF may affect the warranty on certain lift manufacturers hydraulic components and power units However some manufacturers allow Dexron III ATF as an AW32 ISO32 equivalent Check the owners manual for the correct oil for your lift Categories Biker s Garage Motorcycle Lifts Motorcycle Jacks Motorcycle Lift Parts Accessories K L Supply Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tire Changers Motorcycle Wheel Balancers Motorcycle Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Motorcycle Tire Changer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Wheel Balancer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tie Downs Air Compressors T Shirts Hats

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  • Motorcycle Lift Styles, Application and Accessories
    Motorcycle Air Lift 1 Air Lifts The least expensive and most popular lift type is operated by compressed air and typically requires only 100 PSI These lifts are equipped with a foot operated valve that activates an air cylinder to raise or lower The shop air source is connected to this valve Most air operated lifts will have a capacity rating near 1000 lbs and have several locking positions at different working heights Most air lifts come with a wheel vise for securing the motorcycle and a drop tail or drop panel to allow better access to the rear end components It is standard practice to use motorcycle straps to secure the bike along with the wheel vise Foot Operated Valve 2 Air Hydraulic Lifts The second type of motorcycle lifts are powered by air but utilizes an air pump to push hydraulic fluid into the lifting cylinder The air pump is activated by a foot operated pedal on top off the air pump Hydraulic oil is stored in the reservoir tank within the pump housing Weaver W 1500 Air Hydraulic Lift with Air Pump Air hydraulic lifts are known for their smooth operation as compared to an air lift The difference is the fluid allows the lift to operate up and down without the surging sometimes noticed with an air only lift 3 Electric Hydraulic Lifts The third type of motorcycle lift is powered by an electric hydraulic pump to activate the lifting cylinder This type of lift is generally more expensive due to the cost associated with the electric hydraulic power unit K L MC 655 Electric Hydraulic Lift with Hand Held Remote Some lift buyers are attracted to the electric hydraulic lifts for three main reasons One is the convenience of electric power The second reason is the consistent operating speed and pressure provided by the electric power unit The third reason is the added convenience that some lift models have by providing a hand held remote control Accessories Common accessories used on motorcycle lifts add convenience and safety Wheel Vises and Chocks Although most lifts come standard with a wheel vise there are several variations that may provide added safety or convenience to a particular bike or operator One of the most widely used vises consist of a stationary side that is bolted in place and is accompanied by an adjustable side that has a hand crank to tighten the wheel Some wheel vises are padded with rubber to help protect the wheel finish Weaver W Vise with Rubber Wheel Protection Another popular style that allows the strongest grip for heavier bikes is the Crank Style Wheel Vise that squeezes the wheel with 3 pressure points K L Crank Style Wheel Vise Wheel clamps or chocks are also available to allow the operator to roll into the clamp over a rocker that closes around the tire This style of clamp has a variety of adjustments for different tire diameters Straps are recommended K L MC 10R

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  • Tire Changer
    beads are completely detached from the wheel Plastic protectors are used on the bead breaker blade to prevent scratching the wheel as the blade slides by the wheel Bead Unseated from Rim on Weaver W M807 Motorcycle Tire Changer Care is taken to locate the valve stem to the opposite side of the bead breaker to avoid damage to tire valve stem that may have a tire pressure monitor system TPMS installed TPMS Tire Pressure Monitor System in Valve Stem Safety First Do Not attempt to unseat the beads of an inflated tire Do Not strike the tire or wheel with a hammer Something is wrong if you need a hammer When removing a tire from a rim never let go of the tire iron It can flip up and hit you Clamping the Wheel on the Turntable Before placing the wheel with the detached tire on the clamping table lubricate both beads with rubber lube Rubber lubricant is covered later There are two methods for clamping a wheel on the turntable Inside Clamping will clamp the wheel from the inside of the wheel The clamps are positioned close together and the wheel is then placed over the clamps The foot pedal is activated to clamp the wheel from the inside out The clamps will expand outward and securely lock the wheel in a centered position Outside Clamping will clamp the wheel from the outside flange of the wheel s rim The clamps are first expanded to the outward position and will clamp from the outside in The wheel is placed over the clamps and the tire will rest on top of the clamps While viewing the clamp position from underneath wheel close the clamps inward onto the wheel by depressing the foot pedal The wheel may need to be pushed downward into the open jaws of the clamps Tire changers equipped with an assist arm can be used to push the wheel down into position while activating the clamps The clamps will securely lock the wheel in a centered position Wheel Clamps Positioned for Inside Clamping Plastic protectors are used on the clamping jaws to protect the wheel s finish Note The clamping range of a tire changer may sometimes be confused with the wheel diameter because the range is shown in actual inches Wheel diameters may require more or less distance to be clamped because of the varied thickness of many wheel flanges Not all 20 wheels are made the same Rim Diameter plus Flange Height Outside Clamp Range Needed Demounting Removing the Tire from the Wheel Once the wheel has been clamped onto the turntable the hex shaft may be lowered to bring the mount demount head aka Duckhead to the rim s edge The duckhead will rest on the outside of the flange and on the top of the wheel The hex bar is then locked and will automatically be retracted vertically away from the wheel surface about 1 16th or 2 mm to prevent touching the wheel while demounting mounting Swing arm style changers also have a large screw to move the mount head horizontally about 1 16th or 2 mm away from the wheel flange Most modern steel duckheads have plastic inserts to protect the rim should the head come in contact with the wheel during the mounting process Complete plastic duckheads are also available Duckhead in Correct Position for Demounting Mounting the Tire Once the duckhead is in place the upper bead can be pulled over the edge of the rim and duckhead with the tire iron only after the bead on the bottom opposite side of the tire is forced into the wheel s drop center Tire Tool is inserted over duckhead and under tire bead Tire Tool is used to lift bead over the demount side of duckhead with opposite side bead in drop center Be careful not to tear the bead or the tire will be ruined If the bead gets stuck or binds be sure to apply enough rubber lube to the bead Also double check the that the lower bead is in the drop center of the wheel 180 degrees from the duckhead Both Beads are in the Drop Center of the Wheel while the Bead is pulled over the edge on the opposite side of the Rim First the upper bead is pulled over the outside of the rim followed by the lower bead Never try to remove both beads at the same time When the upper bead is over the duckhead the foot pedal is activated to rotate the turntable clockwise The tire iron is held in place and will ride the tire clockwise until enough slack in the tire allows the tool to be removed The demount head will guide the upper bead up and over the edge of the wheel Push down on the tire across from the demount head while the turntable is in rotation to utilize the drop center area of the wheel This reduces the tensional force on the top bead or first bead during demount The process is repeated for the lower bead and the tire is removed from the wheel By moving the hex bar and demount head away from the wheel the tire can be taken away from the wheel and tire changer A tire that is in a bind can be unjammed by lifting the pedal up to reverse the turntable counter clockwise until the jam is cleared At times during the mounting and demounting procedure the bead lifting tool may encounter resistance or come under load Keep one hand firmly on the tool to avoid possible tool disconnect Use the reversing feature to back out of jams In the process of demounting tire you should keep your hands and the other parts of your body as well as clothing from the movable parts to prevent injury Inspecting the Tire and Wheel After the tire has been removed from the wheel inspect the inside for cuts carcass damage penetrating objects loose cords dirt and liquid Inspect the condition of each bead by pulling out on it in several places around its circumference If the bead has any sharp bends in the bead DO NOT mount the tire The bead wire could be broken It is not worth taking a chance with someone s safety Note Never mount a tire or wheel that is damaged This could result in injury or death to the occupants of the vehicle Liability could be held by the shop and or technician in such a case Inspect the condition of the wheel for sharp edges dents cracks and other damage Small dents in the wheel flange can sometimes be straightened Larger dents need to be checked for radial and lateral runout with a dial indicator before it can be determined useable Excessive runout can cause the car to shake at higher speeds Rust can damage the bead seat on a wheel If rust is on the surface only it can be removed with a wire brush If the bead seat is not smooth the tire will have a slow leak and the wheel will need to be replaced Valve Stem Service Ordinary rubber valve stems are customarily replaced during tire service or when new tires are installed The valve stem can also be replaced without removing the tire from the wheel This is done when an old valve stem becomes aged and cracked or starts to leak Leaks can be found by prying the stem to the side and observing any air leakage Old Valve Stem replaced with a New Valve Stem To remove a valve stem cut it off with a knife or force it through the hole in the wheel using a valve stem installing tool Remember to install the valve stem before installing the tire To install the new valve stem thread it into the installation tool lubricate it with rubber lube and pull it into the hole Be sure it is completely in the hole and is properly seated A new valve stem comes with a new valve core inside Remove the valve core before attempting to inflate the tire TPMS Tire Mounting and Demounting Be careful not to damage a direct type TPMS when dismounting and mounting tires on rims Do not force the tire over the sensor or it can be broken or the tire bead can be damaged If the sensor is part of the valve stem be sure that the bead breaker is positioned across the wheel from the valve stem If the wheel has a banded sensor it will be mounted in the drop center 180 degrees from the valve stem Position the bead breaker accordingly cars with run flat tires have used direct tire pressure monitors for many years These tires have extra stiff sidewalls and can be very difficult to work with if the tire changer does not have a power assist arm Directional Tires Some tires are designed to only run in one direction These will have an arrow indicating the direction of rotation Check the tire sidewall to see if there are direction arrows Directional Tire Be certain that the correct side of the tire is facing out Some tires have whitewalls or special lettering All tires have a serial number which is located on the back side of the tire Tire Serial Number Rubber Lubricant Radial tire sidewalls are flexible and their tire beads are designed with a close tolerance for a tight fit to the rim During inflation the beads are not easily forced into position If the beads are not seated properly the tire can have an out of round condition when inflated that will make it difficult to balance Lubricate both tire beads with an appropriate rubber lubricant Good quality rubber lube is slippery and fast drying Also lube the bead seats on the rim with rubber lube Using rubber lubes provides the following 1 Reduces friction between the tire beads and the edge o the rim during mounting demounting 2 It helps to seal around the bead during initial inflation of the tire 3 Friction between the bead seats and the tire bead will be reduced when inflating the tire This is important so that the beads will be all of the way seated and the tire tread will not be distorted Remember safety glasses should always be worn when inflating a tire Observe the following cautions regarding rubber lubricants 1 Do not use petroleum products which will damage the rubber in the tire 2 Rubber lube should not be diluted with water which can rust a steel wheel 3 Do not use silicone lubricants or liquid soaps which will allow the tire to spin on the rim Mounting Installing the Tire With the wheel clamped on the tire changer turntable place the lubricated tire on the wheel and bring the hex bar with mounting head into place Make sure the mounting head is located the proper distance 2mm off of the wheel edge to prevent touching the rim Place the lower bead of the tire on top of the back side ducktail of the mounting head at an angle that puts the tire bead between the duckhead and ducktail with the front of tire below the duckhead As the turntable is activated force the bead into the drop center of the wheel as it rotates This is important If one side of the bead is not in the drop center the diagonal mounting distance will be excessive and the other side will not be able to be stretched over the flange Be careful not to damage a tire pressure monitor during bead installation When the first bead is totally installed and positioned in the drop center of the wheel install the top bead using the same procedure as the lower bead The bead must be all the way past the edge of the narrow bead ledge or the diagonal mounting distance will not be sufficient to allow the bead to pass over the edge of the wheel Mounting Top Bead with opposite side in drop center below narrow bead ledge Notice bead at mounting head is below duckhead yet on top of ducktail Some tires have a colored dot on their sidewall to indicate the high or low side of the tire runout Placing this dot in relation to the valve stem will depend on the certain manufacturer s recommendation as all manufacturers do not use the same location to the valve stem Inflating the Tire CAUTION Inflating the tire can be the most dangerous part in the tire demounting mounting process It is important to follow the precautions and guidelines noted below Check for proper inflation gauge operation Accurate pressure readings are important to safe tire inflation If the rim has been clamped from the outside for tire mounting release the clamps lift the tire and move the clamps to the center of the table top THE RIM MUST BE UNCLAMPED WHEN INFLATING BUT ONLY AFTER BEADS HAVE BEEN SEATED If the wheel tire has a diameter larger than 14 inches and is difficult to bead seal the clamps should be moved to the center of the table top for the bead seal operation Tire failure under pressure is hazardous The tire changer is not intended to be a safety device to contain exploding tires tubes wheels or bead sealing equipment Inspect tire and wheel carefully for matched size wear or defects before mounting Always use approved tire bead lubricant during mounting and inflation The inflation pedal is typically located at the rear of the left side of the machine and controls the flow of air through the inflation hose NOTE The clip on chuck on the end of the hose should always be an open style with all parts in proper working order ATTENTION WHEN OPERATING THE BEAD BLAST SEATER IT IS MANDATORY TO WEAR SAFETY GLASSES TO PROTECT EYES The Standard Inflation pedal operates in 3 positions as described below Check your specific machine s manual as some may vary Position 1 All the way up at rest Tire Pressure With the inflation hose attached to the tire valve and the pedal in this position the air gauge will register the air pressure in the tire Whenever your foot is removed from the pedal it will return to this position Position 2 Pushed down to the mid level Tire Inflation This is the first activated position With the inflation hose attached to the tire valve and the pedal in this position line pressure is allowed to flow through the valve and into the tire for inflation Tire pressure is not indicated on the gauge in this position The pedal must be released to read pressure Position 3 Pushed down all the way to lowest level Bead Sealing This is the second and last activated position With the inflation hose attached to the tire valve and the pedal in this position line pressure is allowed to flow through the valve and to the inflate bead seal jets on the table top for bead sealing Use Position 3 for bead sealing only Do not use this position without a tire and wheel positioned on the table top Dirt and debris could be blown into the air with enough force to injure the operator or bystanders Do not use this position to inflate a tire When the inflation pedal is held in position 2 the pressure should be checked every few seconds to prevent over inflation This cycling helps to prevent over inflation of the tire Tires can still be over inflated and explode with the use of this technique and if all of the instructions in this guide are not followed completely It is the operator s responsibility to follow all instructions and to control inflation pressure as specified in these instructions Tires requiring inflation beyond 40 PSI should be inflated in a safety cage with a clip on style air chuck Never exceed recommended pressure after seating beads Always keep hands and entire body back from inflating tire Tire Inflation Safety Cage Tire inflation is performed in three steps Bead Seal Bead Seat and Inflation Bead Sealing 1 Position valve stem in front of operator and connect the inflation hose Hold tire up against upper edge of the wheel Be sure tire s top bead is over the bottom of the valve stem 2 Depress inflation pedal to position 2 and hold about 1 second to begin air flow through tire valve then depress pedal to position 3 and hold briefly less than 1 full second The blast of air from the jets will expand tire and seal the beads 3 Release the inflation pedal and allow it to return to position 1 Verify that both beads are completely sealed to the wheel Repeat these steps if beads have not sealed It may be necessary to wait a few seconds for the air storage tank to recover before attempting again Note If tire and wheel are properly lubricated and operator cannot achieve bead seal after 3 or 4 attempts the valve core may be removed from the valve stem to allow more air flow into the tire to assist with bead seal After bead seal is achieved remove the chuck and reinstall the valve core Bead Seating Operator should keep hands arms and entire body away from the tire during the remaining bead seat and inflation procedures Do not stand over tire as personal injury could result Do not leave tools on the tire sidewall when inflating tire NEVER increase air pressure to exceed 40 PSI when attempting Bead Seat If operator is unable to obtain Bead Seat something is wrong Deflate tire completely inspect tire and wheel and correct any problems found lubricate both tire beads and reattempt Bead Seal and Seat procedures Follow all safety instructions in this guide on the machine and machines manual 1 Once tire pressure

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  • Wheel Balancer - Derek Weaver Company
    road especially when coupled with a bad shock absorber known as wheel or tire hop also wheel tramp Cupped Tire Wear STATIC FRICTION The part of the tire in contact with the road is actually traveling at 0 mph This is called static friction During wheel tramp when the tire returns to the road a small amount of its rubber is scrubbed off This is because the tire was traveling at the same speed as the vehicle when it left the road This scrubbing happens all around the tire accounting for the cupped wear around the entire circumference of the tread surface STATIC BALANCING In the past narrow bias ply tires were static balanced on a bubble balancer Today s modern computer wheel Balancers are capable of measuring the static imbalance of a spinning tire and wheel the name remains from when the imbalance was measured with the wheel at rest on a bubble balancer Static balancing also called single plane balancing is done in a single plane where compensating weight is added on the opposite side of the wheel Modern wheel Balancers are able to determine the amount of weight imbalance and the location of the weight placement exactly opposite of the heavy spot on the tire Static balancing is one option among several balancing modes on today s computer wheel Balancers Although there are better modes of balancing aluminum wheels this option might be used when choosing to hide the wheel weights on the inside of the wheel When static balancing an aluminum wheel it is popular to use tape on weights to the inside of the wheel at the center plane DYNAMIC IMBALANCE When a tire has more weight on the inside or outside of its tread it has a dynamic imbalance Dynamic imbalance is only noticeable when the tire and wheel is spinning The tire will have a tendency to shimmy from side to side left and right which also results in faster tire wear When the tire is spinning the heavy spot will tend to seek the centerline of the tire This is why the tire shimmies from side to side When the heavy spot is in front it pushes the wheel to one side After the tire rotates one half revolution the heavy spot causes the wheel to try to turn in the opposite direction However most tires have imbalances on both sides of the tire requiring counterbalancing weights to be placed on both sides of the wheel Action Of Dynamic Imbalance A wheel might be in static balance but not dynamically balanced If a tire has been statically balanced by putting all of the counter weight on one side of the wheel that weight creates a dynamic imbalance once the wheel is spinning causing a side to side shimmy The correct way to balance a wheel statically is to split the weight amount in half and place equal weight amounts on both sides of the wheel Some tire manufacturers recommend this procedure when the amount of weight exceeds 20 grams or 71 ounce It is unlikely for a tire to have a static imbalance and not have a dynamic imbalance as well When a wheel and tire have been dynamically balanced both types of imbalances can be eliminated Dynamic balance means balance in motion It is also called two plane balance because it measures side to side lateral force as well as up and down axial or radial force Lateral forces are noticeable when a steering wheel moves back and forth A computer wheel balancer spins the wheel and determines the locations and amounts of vibration The computer splits the tire into two halves and measures both lateral and radial forces on each side of the tire s center Weights are added to each side of the wheel to correct the imbalance Therefore a tire that is dynamically balanced is also statically balanced Dynamic balancing can be performed with a computer wheel balancer or with an on the car spin balancer COMPUTER WHEEL BALANCERS Computer wheel Balancers are popular accurate and easy to use for balancing tires in both the static and dynamic modes Computer balancing is usually performed after a tire repair or when a new tire has been installed on a wheel The wheel is mounted to a horizontal threaded shaft using adapters that are supplied with the machine Weaver Computer Wheel Balancer Model W 977 MOUNTING THE WHEEL ON THE BALANCER Another cause of imbalance can be caused by a wheel that was improperly mounted on the wheel balancer According to FMC Corporation a 36 pound tire and wheel assembly that is off center by only 006 will result in a 1 2 ounce imbalance error The effect of this type of imbalance can be demonstrated by first balancing a tire and wheel assembly on the balancer then loosen the wheel enough to place a standard business card between the flange plate on the balancer and the wheel Tighten and respin the assembly with the card in place and notice the difference in the weight readings measured by the balancer The best method for mounting a wheel on the balancer is the method specified by the manufacturer The method will duplicate the method by which the wheel is centered on the vehicle There are two ways that wheels are centered on a vehicle Hub centric mounting is when the hole at the center of the wheel locates the wheel on the wheel hub or axle Lug centric mounting is when the lug nuts center the wheel To determine whether or not a wheel is hub centric see if the wheel fits the hub snugly with the lug nuts removed If you can move the wheel up and down or side to side then the wheel is lug centric When a wheel is lug centric is uses the taper on the lug nuts to center the wheel MOUNTING HUB CENTRIC WHEELS Always make sure that the adapte rs and the wheel

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  • Vehicle Service Group Video
    Label Hydraulic Oil for Lifts Motorcycle Lift Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Videos Vehicle Service Group Video Car Lift Videos Wheel Balancer Videos Tire Changer Videos Search Categories Biker s Garage Motorcycle Lifts Motorcycle Jacks Motorcycle Lift Parts Accessories K L Supply Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tire Changers Motorcycle Wheel Balancers Motorcycle Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Motorcycle Tire Changer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Wheel Balancer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tie Downs Air Compressors T Shirts Hats Garage Signs Weaver Wear Weaver Wear Rodder s Garage 2 Post Lifts 4 Post Lifts 2 Post Lift Parts Accessories 4 Post Lift Parts Accessories Mid Low Rise Lifts Mid Low Rise Lift Parts Accessories Car Rotisserie Specialty Heavy Duty Lifts Tire Changers Wheel Balancers Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Tire Changer Parts Accessories Wheel Balancer Parts Accessories Transmission Jacks Jack Stands Oil Drains Hose Reels Brake Lathes Air Compressors Popular Brands Weaver Equipment Weaver Lift Direct Lift Forward Lift K L Supply Hofmann Droptail ReelCraft Champion Compressors Our Newsletter Your First Name Your Email Address Home Videos Vehicle Service Group Video Vehicle Service Group Video Vehicle Service Group Video Categories Biker s Garage Motorcycle Lifts Motorcycle Jacks Motorcycle Lift Parts Accessories K L Supply Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tire Changers Motorcycle Wheel Balancers Motorcycle Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Motorcycle Tire Changer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Wheel Balancer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tie Downs Air Compressors T Shirts Hats Garage Signs Weaver Wear Weaver Wear Rodder s Garage 2 Post Lifts 4 Post Lifts 2 Post Lift Parts Accessories 4 Post Lift Parts Accessories Mid Low Rise Lifts Mid Low Rise Lift Parts Accessories Car Rotisserie Specialty Heavy Duty Lifts Tire Changers Wheel Balancers Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Tire Changer Parts Accessories Wheel Balancer Parts Accessories Transmission Jacks Jack Stands Oil Drains Hose Reels Brake Lathes Air Compressors

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  • Car Lift Videos
    Tire Changer Videos Search Categories Biker s Garage Motorcycle Lifts Motorcycle Jacks Motorcycle Lift Parts Accessories K L Supply Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tire Changers Motorcycle Wheel Balancers Motorcycle Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Motorcycle Tire Changer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Wheel Balancer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tie Downs Air Compressors T Shirts Hats Garage Signs Weaver Wear Weaver Wear Rodder s Garage 2 Post Lifts 4 Post Lifts 2 Post Lift Parts Accessories 4 Post Lift Parts Accessories Mid Low Rise Lifts Mid Low Rise Lift Parts Accessories Car Rotisserie Specialty Heavy Duty Lifts Tire Changers Wheel Balancers Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Tire Changer Parts Accessories Wheel Balancer Parts Accessories Transmission Jacks Jack Stands Oil Drains Hose Reels Brake Lathes Air Compressors Popular Brands Weaver Equipment Weaver Lift Direct Lift Forward Lift K L Supply Hofmann Droptail ReelCraft Champion Compressors Our Newsletter Your First Name Your Email Address Home Videos Car Lift Videos Car Lift Videos All videos are for demonostration purposes You must wear manufacturer recommended protective gear when using equipment and follow all safety precautions in the manufacturer s operation manual Vehicle Service Group Video Weaver Lift W 9F Vidoes Weaver Lift W 9D Videos Weaver Lift W 10C Videos Weaver Lift W Pro10 Videos Categories Biker s Garage Motorcycle Lifts Motorcycle Jacks Motorcycle Lift Parts Accessories K L Supply Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tire Changers Motorcycle Wheel Balancers Motorcycle Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Motorcycle Tire Changer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Wheel Balancer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tie Downs Air Compressors T Shirts Hats Garage Signs Weaver Wear Weaver Wear Rodder s Garage 2 Post Lifts 4 Post Lifts 2 Post Lift Parts Accessories 4 Post Lift Parts Accessories Mid Low Rise Lifts Mid Low Rise Lift Parts Accessories Car Rotisserie Specialty Heavy Duty Lifts Tire Changers Wheel Balancers Tire Changer

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  • Wheel Balancer Videos
    Videos Wheel Balancer Videos Tire Changer Videos Search Categories Biker s Garage Motorcycle Lifts Motorcycle Jacks Motorcycle Lift Parts Accessories K L Supply Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tire Changers Motorcycle Wheel Balancers Motorcycle Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Motorcycle Tire Changer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Wheel Balancer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tie Downs Air Compressors T Shirts Hats Garage Signs Weaver Wear Weaver Wear Rodder s Garage 2 Post Lifts 4 Post Lifts 2 Post Lift Parts Accessories 4 Post Lift Parts Accessories Mid Low Rise Lifts Mid Low Rise Lift Parts Accessories Car Rotisserie Specialty Heavy Duty Lifts Tire Changers Wheel Balancers Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Tire Changer Parts Accessories Wheel Balancer Parts Accessories Transmission Jacks Jack Stands Oil Drains Hose Reels Brake Lathes Air Compressors Popular Brands Weaver Equipment Weaver Lift Direct Lift Forward Lift K L Supply Hofmann Droptail ReelCraft Champion Compressors Our Newsletter Your First Name Your Email Address Home Videos Wheel Balancer Videos Wheel Balancer Videos All videos are for demonostration purposes You must wear manufacturer recommended protective gear when using equipment and follow all safety precautions in the manufacturer s operation manual W 937 Wheel Balancer Videos W 957 Wheel Balancer Videos W 977 Wheel Balancer Videos Categories Biker s Garage Motorcycle Lifts Motorcycle Jacks Motorcycle Lift Parts Accessories K L Supply Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tire Changers Motorcycle Wheel Balancers Motorcycle Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Motorcycle Tire Changer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Wheel Balancer Parts Accessories Motorcycle Tie Downs Air Compressors T Shirts Hats Garage Signs Weaver Wear Weaver Wear Rodder s Garage 2 Post Lifts 4 Post Lifts 2 Post Lift Parts Accessories 4 Post Lift Parts Accessories Mid Low Rise Lifts Mid Low Rise Lift Parts Accessories Car Rotisserie Specialty Heavy Duty Lifts Tire Changers Wheel Balancers Tire Changer Wheel Balancer Combos Tire Changer

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  • Tire Changer Videos
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