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    Removing bead wire from tire - GIF

    Removing bead wire from tire.



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    RingMaster large tire changer
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    Tire doubling machine - GIF

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    Here is a couple pictures of drawings on a de beader that I was designing about 12 years ago it would also have had on the other side a huge 3 fingered press to crush the rims out of the tires then the beads would have been pulled as is done in the video then on the side it would have been lifted and placed on the rollers the small roller would have been inside this would have rotated the tire so the crescent shaped cutters could cut it into small sections The company would never stay commited to any single project long enough so I never prototyped it.
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    The only reason I signed up is because I could get some information on removing bead wireand how to go about building it. But not much help here

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    Quote Originally Posted by shahroz View Post
    The only reason I signed up is because I could get some information on removing bead wireand how to go about building it. But not much help here
    The video that Jon posted is pretty much self explanatory little more than a steel structure to house a cylinder with a hook on it and a plate to pull the tire against.
    the drawing of the machine I designed was more for cutting up tires into smaller chunks for reducing them to a more recyclable disposal size.
    A little information on what you are needing to accomplish would be helpful. Several on these forums are more than willing to help when and where ever they can. even if we haven't already built and posted exactly what you are looking for



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