In contrast to the tire changers we have seen so far, the PL-1256ITJ tyre changer is a tilt-back style model, offering several advanced features to make your life a lot easier. For instance, in addition to all the familiar bits and pieces like a bead breaker, pneumatic clamps, and an electric turntable, you also get a turbo bead blaster to ensure beads are seated in place safely and in an instant — this will come in especially handy when installing low-profile tires and some that were kept stored horizontally for too long and now the sides don’t want to stick (trust me; that turbo blaster is a blessing during the tire rush).
However, the RPL-1256ITJ tyre changer‘s main talking point is really the clever tilt-back design meaning that you won’t have to re-adjust the duck head (or whatever else you might be calling this thing) between tires, saving you considerable time and effort. Simply press the foot pedal to tilt the tower back and remove the tire, and press again when you are ready to install the next one — the duck head will move right back to its previous position, ready and waiting.
And that’s not all; PULI tire changer also did an excellent job covering the basics as well. Indeed, it’s really the minute attention to detail that sets the RPL-1256ITJ tyre changer apart from the competition. The built-in tool storage trays, soft clamp attachments to protect expensive wheels from scratches, and a dedicated place to keep the soap bucket, may seem like trivial additions but make the whole process significantly more convenient.
Put simply, the PL-1256ITJ tire changer is the best tilt-back model on the budget end of the scale. It is especially well-suited for use in repair shops where the tilt-back design will help reduce lead times, thereby increasing productivity in the workplace and making a world of difference in the long run.