This is the Standard method applicable to most tires.
Remove the old valve core from the tire.
Cut a corner of the bag and pour the beads into the Applicator
Screw the plastic tube down onto
the valve stem.
Attach the tube to the end of the applicator bottle.
Gently pour the beads into the valve stem
If you pour too fast and they get stuck, just tap on the valve
stem with your finger.
Install the filtered valve cores
That's all there is to it!
for the EZ Open Bag®
Just start driving and the beads will do the rest!
This method is most popular for RV's and large Trucks for new, unmounted tires.
Here's the bag as you will receive
Pull the bag gently as shown to remove the bag clip
Make sure the bag clip pieces are discarded, and press the tape seal between your thumb and forefinger before installation.
Notice the first bead has been placed over the rim, the top of the tire pulled up and the EZ Open Bag™ inserted upright against the inner sidewall opposite the valve stem.
There's nothing easier for new tire installation!
Installation for Double Beadlocks
The technical description for these is "2-piece internal double beadlocks".
These pictures are 37x12.50-16 tires that weigh 75lb on a 16x8 wheel for a total weight of 140 lbs each. Only 10 oz of Dyna Beads was used per tire.
Pictures courtesy of http://www.pavementsucks.com
This shows the sophisticated device used to spread the rim pieces.
Now we simply pour in the Dyna Beads!
The result was a vibration-free ride, tested to 75 mph.
Motorcycle Applicator Installation
First start by cutting the top of the bag
Next carefully pour the beads into the applicator bottle
Cut the end off the cap and install onto the Applicator
Thread the plastic hose onto the valve stem all the way down
Attach the bottle to the hose
Now the important part:
Slowly tip the bottle up until you get a slow, steady stream, don't rush it.
If you try to rush things, it will jam up. If it does, lower the bottle and tap on the valve stem until it clears, then start slowly again.
There is a way to eliminate the jamming and speed things up by using a vibrating tool, see farther on down.
Speed things up with vibration!
The best tool we've come across is an engraving tool.
The one in the picture is sold by WW Grainger, part #2Z557, or the same thing can be bought from Harbor Freight for $10.00.
While we are showing this on a motorcycle install, a large number of our off road customers use this same method when installing larger quantities of beads.
Following is a series of pictures taken by one of our customers Diehl Unger on his Honda GoldWing.
Direct To Tire / Pour In Installation
This is the most common method for dealers and those who own their own tire changers.
Coat only the tire, not the rim, with small amount of bead lube.
We realize this picture is for a different installation than the one below, but the importance of this procedure is too important to leave it out. Also do not use Tire Changers that automatically coat the rim with mounting grease. Wipe the excess from the swab before applying to tire so none drips inside.
Gently work the first tire bead down over the rim
Cut the bag, lift the top edge of the tire, and pour the beads into the tire.
Press down on the opposite side while the changer installs the second tire bead.
This is important: Stand the tire up with the valve stem at the top as shown.
Apply the air to seat both tire beads onto the rim.
You're good to go!
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