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Step #1

  • Lubricate both beads and rim.
  • Position tyre so first beads is in wheel well 180 degrees from valve.

Step #2

  • Using tyre iron or mounting machine, pry the first bead over the rim flange.
  • Start away from the valve.
  • Continue to pry the first bead over the rim flange, working your way toward the valve.

Step #3

  • Position tyre so both beads are in wheel well 180 degrees from valve.
  • Using tyre iron or mounting machine pry the second bead aver the rim flange, working your way toward the valve.
  • Continue to pry the second bead over the rim flange, working your way toward the valve.
  • Finish prying the second bead over the rim at the valve.

Step #4

  • Centre tyre on wheel before inflation.
  • Apply remote air chuck to the valve.
  • Insert assembly in a small cage, or other device to protect personnel.
  • Apply air to the tyre and wheel assembly.

Step #5

  • Lubricate both beads and rim.
  • Position tyre so first beads is in wheel well 180 degrees from valve.
  • Centre tyre on wheel before inflation.
  • Apply remote air chuck to the valve.
  • Insert assembly in a small cage, or other device to protect personnel.
  • Apply air to the tyre and wheel assembly.

Step #1

  • Deflate the tyre completely.
  • Keep open flame away from air evacuating the tyre (no smoking, no flames) Lubricate the pry notch with approved lubricant.

Step #2

  • Push bead off the bead seat off the wheel with a "bead breaker"
  • Lubricate both beads and rim flange rearest the wheel well.

Step #3

  • Position the beads in the wheel well 180 degrees from the valve.
  • Position an iron or mounting machine at the valve.
  • Taking small increments, pry the first bead of the wheel.

Step #4

  • Taking small increments, pry the second bead off the wheel starting at the valve.
  • Complete dismounting the bead away from valve.

Tyre marking a series of numbers and codes internationally used exist for the identification of tyre structures, dimensions and main applications.

This group of codes and numbers is collectivly known as the "marking" and permits precise identifiocation of the tyre.

Here below some example :

1 MRL Brand name and / or manufacturers name
2 Z Power FLR 339 product name ( tread pattern identification)
3 Size Description Metric tyre size designation
560/60R22.5 560= section width ( mm)
60= aspect ratio between section height and section width(% ) R= radial construction
22.5 = rim diameter ( inch )
4 175 A8 Service description
164 D 175 = load index for the tyres nominal load capacity
A8 = speed symbol for the tyres nominal speed
164 = additional load index at max speed
D = additional speed symbol for max speed
5 175 A 164 D service description ( implement ) load indesx and speed symbol
free rolling tyre
175 A8 164 D driving tyre
6 IMP Service description
IMP = Implement
7 Tubeless Tyre to be used without a tube (some tubeless tyres are marked that tyey are allowed to be used with a tube)
8 Pictogram showing the maximum seating pressure (varies for different type of tyres)
9 Saffty Warning Warning text /which states the items to be paid attention to when fitting the tyre
10 106R -002956 ECE type approval mark and number (often called "e-marking")