JEGS 81008 Tire Bead Seater is designed to quickly seat tires on the bead of a wheel with a blast of compressed air. The 5-gallon tank is ideal for seating tires from small 4 inch tires to 24 1/2 inch truck tires and is simple, safe, and easy to use. It operates on standard shop air with a maximum of 120 PSI, and the pneumatic gauge makes it easy to fill with the correct amount of air for the size tire being seated. This bead seater is easy to transport with its built-in handle and makes the perfect portable tool for any shop, garage, or race trailer and great for seating tires on Street Cars, Muscle Cars, Race Cars, Trucks, ATVs, UTVs, Tractors, and Lawn Equipment.
Eliminate the struggle
Make changing tires easier, safer, and faster with JEGS Tire Bead Seaters. These Tire Seating Tools supply high volumes of air into the tire, expanding the sidewalls to quickly set the bead onto the wheel. Accurately monitor air volume, prevent damage to your tire rims, and seat even the most difficult tire beads with a single, quick-motion function.
- 5-Gallon Tank
- Ball Valve on Both Air Inlet & Exhaust Port
- Heavy-Duty Valve & Nozzle
- Easy-to-Read Air Gauge
- Ergonomic Handle
- Designed to Seat Tires Safely & Quickly
- Works with Tires up to 24.5 in.
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