How to change a tire? Really? Pretty basis stuff .....However, I have seen a lot of poor technique usually paired up with bad language, pinched tubes, sore hands, etc. One of my online moto friends loves to say "If you're working too hard, you're doing it wrong" and I have found that to be all-too-true. So for those of you who are old pro's and have no trouble with tire changing......Nothing to see here. But if you could use a little help and/or want to see some of my favorite tire tools.....here you go. Here's my favorite old tire video (sorry about the crappy quality).......Doug makes it look easy, because it really shouldn't be that hard. However.....if even Doug was trying to mount a cold K60 I guarandamntee you it wouldn't look that easy. Doug covers the proper technique well, but I'll share a few of my favorite tire changing tools and accessories that I have found make the job a lot easier. 1. Toyota Tire Lube - When working in the shop at home I do not use dish soap or other such products that come in handy along the trail. At home I use a good quality tire lube. There are many out there but one that I recently discovered and really like is Toyota Tire Lube https://www.amazon.com/Genuine-Toyo...d=1508452970&sr=8-1&keywords=toyota+tire+lube As a spray it is really easy to use and it is super slick. It really helps even the toughest, firmest tires pop on the rim. 2. Motion Pro BeadPro - There are lots of good options for bead breakers but the BeadPro is portable and it has never failed me. It's pricey but when you're trail side crying and losing your religion because you just can't get that @#$^%* bead to let go......you would pay a lot more. 3. Motion Pro Combo Spoons - I love these things because they kill multiple birds with three stones, they are super light, and the spoons work great. I carry a 27, 19 and their 12/13. I highly recommend them. https://www.amazon.com/Motion-Pro-0...453322&sr=8-2&keywords=motion+pro+combo+lever 4. Baja No-Pinch Tire Tool - This one is a game changer. It's a wee bit heavy for travel but when I go to AK it's definitely going with me. The Baja makes mounting tough tires, like the K60, a LOT easier. With proper technique even the K60 is doable on the trail, but with this tool there is no grunting, straining, or cussing. I am not a paid endorser.....just a very happy customer. Here's a link to their website and video: http://www.bajanopinch.com Cheers!