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Old 09-09-2009, 05:59 AM   #16
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what do yu mean with the tire elevated out of the liquid? how do you get it to break the glue bonds without getting acetone on the tires?
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Old 09-09-2009, 06:06 AM   #17
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what do yu mean with the tire elevated out of the liquid? how do you get it to break the glue bonds without getting acetone on the tires?
It's the fumes that do the work. So the tire doesn't need to be submerged.
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It's the fumes that do the work. So the tire doesn't need to be submerged.


yupper's....and Dont sit over top the container and breath...you WILL feel it.....seal it and walk away for a day or 2....come back...check and flip tire when needed....the Fume's do the rest.....i use an ice cream pail and fill it with 1/4" of liquid and use a Slurpee lid to elevate the tire...works like a charm...and no Scalding howater or Stinky smokey hot tire's to deal with.
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yupper's....and Dont sit over top the container and breath...you WILL feel it.....seal it and walk away for a day or 2....come back...check and flip tire when needed....the Fume's do the rest.....i use an ice cream pail and fill it with 1/4" of liquid and use a Slurpee lid to elevate the tire...works like a charm...and no Scalding howater or Stinky smokey hot tire's to deal with.
So this takes a week or more? I think you are saying 1-2 days per side per tire??? Seems like a long time
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So this takes a week or more? I think you are saying 1-2 days per side per tire??? Seems like a long time


im never in a rush to remove them...so im sure you could peel them sooner....i just leave them for that long and they peel off effortlessly.....the top side of the bead does start to let go...but the fume's being directly under the tire is where most of the action happens.
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what works the best to remove and replace in one day?
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Boiling requires drying. If the foams are to be reused then they will need to be dryed out. Baking takes less than an hour to cool. I then knock any dust/dirt out of the foams. Clean up the rims a bit if needed.
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baking would be the fastest to remove....but the prep work after would kill you on time as the hardened bead of glue is still on the tire itself and needs to be removed before remounting...i would use the Acetone method and soak it....pending on the foams they might be destroyed...but if your in a rush i dont for see any other way.
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