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Tire levers for biking repair

Levers sort of doing what they say on the tin. They are small levers that are utilized for making tires off a wheel. A set of tire levers are one of the most affordable and most fundamental bits of cycling gear and everyone should carry them. Many tires are almost difficult to get off without a set of tire levers. You can buy levers from Shimano, Sram, Specialized, RockShox, Campagnolo. Many tire levers are built out of hard plastic and marketed in sets of two or three. You can also find levers constructed out of steel or with a steel core for tires that are more difficult to remove. All tire levers highlight a bent end for sliding under the lip of the tire; depending on the brand, it could be completely curved or squared. Many tire levers, though not all, come with a little hook on the other end so you can adjust it to a spoke for leverage.

1. Take the wheel off: Clear your brakes, then the wheel.
2. Discharge the tube: Deflate the tube fully and remove it by pushing on the bead of the tire or utilizing a tire lever so you can reach the tube.
3. Discover the origin of the flat: Examine the wheel, tire, and tube for the area and cases of tears or punctures.
4. Repair or restore the tube: When out driving, you may favor replacing the tube with a new one and fix the broken one later.
5. Reinstall the wheel

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