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I just purchased a set of Mudlites and want to get them mounted on my stock rims (cant afford the type5 "rock crushers"). Would wal-mart be a good place to get them mounted?? Where did everyone here get theirs mounted?
 

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A friend of mine had his mudlites mounted at Wal-Mart for about $3.50 per tire.

I got mine mounted at the local farm store, Rual King, for $3.00 per tire.

Either way I thought it was pretty cheap...
 

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Thanks guitars!
 

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Jason,
Go to Harbour Freight on University Drive in Huntsville and buy the tire change machine ($35.00). I bought one and use a lot, works great. Real handy for removing the tire for patches. I have a habit of ripping the valves stem off when riding in rocky creeks, tire fills with water and the only way to get it out is dis-mount the tire.
 

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I am jealous. Here in NJ, It costs $15.00 - $20.00 per tire.
 

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RinDong I am guessing that Harbour freight is towards madison and the mall? I dont recall seeing it near the parkway. Also, is this machine only good for small tires like ATV, tractor? Or is it adaptable for larger diameter such as SUV, truck?
 

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Jason, Harbour Freight is in the old Circute City next to Bobby G's bar. The changer works on wheels up to 12", I've used it on small trailer wheels (13"). Before I bought it I would break the beads down by running over the tire with my F250 4x4. This thing cranks'm right off. I recommend using 'monkey snot' (tire cement) on the beads. I have trouble with my Gators slipping on the rim and loosing air. PM me and maybe we can get together and I'll mount them up for you.
 

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RinDong,

Why not just install the steel valve stems rather than all that mounting and dismounting. Worked for me.
 

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Parkgt, I've been replacing them with steel stems, the real short ones. Thats been working for me. But still I keep peeling the tire off the rim. I think I have reamed out the tire so it's larger than a 12" rim. I've been using monkey snot to keep the rim from spinning in the tire.
 
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