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Thread: I cannot get my beadlocks to inflate

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    Hooked bouche03's Avatar
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    Did you get these to seat? If so what trick did you use ultimately?

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    Use the ratchet strap method. Put a 2 inch width strap if you have it. Cinch it around the tire. Should bead easily.

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    I’d doesn’t take much of a seal to pop that bead over.

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    Spray some soapy water on it to see where it’s leaking from. But most likely the back bead.
    Do what some others said and rest it on a bucket. Then push down on Tire as you inflate.


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