Tire Mechanic’s Resource Tire Spreaders

Tire Mechanic’s Resource Offers New Line of Tire Spreaders

New professional tire spreaders allow users to be efficient while making inspections and repairs.

Tire Mechanic’s Resource offers three new tire spreaders to make repairs on vehicles easy. The line includes an Air-Operated Elevating Heavy-Duty Tire Spreader, Air-Operated Tire Spreader and a Manual Tire Spreader.

The tire spreaders allow the operator to repair tires and perform tire inspection, cutting, buffing, cleaning, patching and much more. The line features tire spreaders for cars as well as light and heavy-duty trucks.

“Our new line features a variety of tire spreaders to help you get the job done — whether you want a tire spreader to raise a tire to working or inspection height, a stable platform, or you are looking for an economical tire spreader,” said Michael Fisher, TMR brand manager. “The tire spreaders offer versatility to its users to efficiently make repairs and inspections.”

The tire spreaders are designed to enable users to perform inspections and efficiently make repairs. The product features include:

Air-Operated Elevating Heavy-Duty Tire Spreader allows users to repair all tire sizes and is adjustable in five stages. It features a heavy-duty pneumatic cylinder, a moveable tool rack, adjustable clamping arms and tire rollers.

Air-Operated Tire Spreader features fully adjustable clamping arms and is built to handle a large variety of tires. It’s pneumatically powered with foot pedal controls and includes a tool pan and adjustable light.

Manual Tire Spreader provides a 360-degree swivel top and has a wide base for added stability. It’s adjustable in six stages and the platform can rotate horizontally 180-degrees for all types of tire repairs.

In addition to tire spreaders, TMR offers a complete line of hub cleaning kits, bead breaker hammers and tire changing essentials.

For more information on TMR’s complete line of automotive tools, visit https://www.toolweb.com/brands/tire-mechanics-resource.html.

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