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    im looking at tire machines ,which one does your shop use ,I need one for bikes and automobiles, like to hear what you use and how well it works

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    Coats has always been good to us.

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    Coats are standard for good reason and you can still get parts for old ones. I have one of their old motorcycle etc tire machines and while it payed for its 150 buck cost quickly but I wouldn't do car truck tires on it. It's far less hassle to take those to a shop. (If I had a business and were doing volume it would be a different story and I'd cough up for a modern tire machine.) It does help break stiff beads but I'm so used to tire tools that's all I really need it for.

    If you are a business consider checking what modern machines bike dealers are using.

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    Most of the bike shops i've worked in have had eagle smf machines and they were pretty good.

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    thanks for the info guys, im looking at the coats basic, but I will checkout the eagle smf

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