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    Modified Harbor Fright Tire Changer

    I have the harbor fright tire changer and I bought harden plastic mounts so you donít scratch you rims. All you need is to purchase a no mar or other knock-off no mar bar. It will need to be mounted to the floor for stability. I will let it go super cheap. Just want it gone and maybe put to good use.


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    Can this be mounted to a trailer hitch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneg808 View Post
    Can this be mounted to a trailer hitch?
    I would take some welding.


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    https://www.mojotiretools.com/mojoweb.htm

    https://youtu.be/SlGm2N7GKbc

    I have the blocks and the two harbor freight changers. Cost to me was like $110
    I seriously just want it out of my garage (make me an offer, 20 doll hairs and some pocket lent and itís yours). I bought a no mar changer instead of buying the mojo bar.

    Hereís another video

    https://youtu.be/AuH5BzAR4a4

    There are other no-mar style bars one guy even melts milk jugs over the harbor frieght bar. So depending on how cheap you want to go you could be changing your own tires.

    https://youtu.be/eYTFsLKgR8U


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    Bump, Iím gonna end up scraping this thing if no one wants it.


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    $3 and ill pull you to a track day or the gap as some point........ i have no idea how to use it.

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    nvm.... i watched the video and it looks hard
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    I've got a modified HF changer with a No-Mar bar. Not as easy to use as a higher end changer, but does the job -- I've changed 3 tires so far and it's nice not having to take it somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ride Red View Post
    $3 and ill pull you to a track day or the gap as some point........ i have no idea how to use it.

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    nvm.... i watched the video and it looks hard
    If you want it or anyone else. Last chance itís going to get scraped June 1. $Free.99
    Come get it or I can meet in Louisville.


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    Ill grab it and play with it. Will it fit in the back of my mustang? Or do i need to drive the truck to work?

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    I would drive the truck
    Txt me and weíll coordinate


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