4 Ways to Inflate Your Tire Without a Pump

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There are times when a tiny air pump just won’t do the job seating the bead and inflating a tire properly. Thankfully, armed with a few tricks and some hardware, you’ll be back to double digit PSIs in no time.
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Mr. Smith
Mr. Smith Prieš dieną
Planet Bike Red Zeppelin brand, (amongst others), make thread-on style chuck adapters, so zero co2 is lost transferring from cartridges into tires, btw.
niche 123
niche 123 Prieš dieną
All good ideas but if you have to carry these things with you why not a pump?
Naomi Effiong
Naomi Effiong Prieš 3 dienas
This video taught me one thing......... I should just by a bike pump
Ehan Ryker
Ehan Ryker Prieš 4 dienas
Jeffery Lanister is grown up now
kyle Bilyard
kyle Bilyard Prieš 10 dienų
i like the tyre beed braker thanks
YT
YT Prieš 13 dienų
Big racing tires it’s next to impossible to seat the bead easily without proper equipment, a little shot of ether usually does the job. Don’t get too carried away if it doesn’t work on the first go round then use a little bit more the second time.
zacao
zacao Prieš 14 dienų
welp, my bike doesnt have a kickstarter
Mr. E
Mr. E Prieš 17 dienų
This just became my favorite video ever.
DingDongDaddy
DingDongDaddy Prieš 17 dienų
I use my wife.
thelazywhitedog
thelazywhitedog Prieš 19 dienų
"blow on it"
Just The Hedricks
Just The Hedricks Prieš 20 dienų
Thank you for explaining chemistry way better then my teachers did.
Mirror16
Mirror16 Prieš 21 dieną
I you need to inflate a tire and don’t have a pump, the best thing to do is get a pump.
Johno Queensland
Johno Queensland Prieš 22 dienas
Why not just use a pump.
Cringe Worthy
Cringe Worthy Prieš 25 dienų
Dude. This is professor fort 9 hour. Though I've beaded a semi tire with carb cleaner out in the field.
michel Guevara
michel Guevara Prieš 26 dienų
ignoreoxford products, they're rubbish quality. the only reason they stillexist is their marketing budget.
Brokenpen
Brokenpen Prieš 27 dienų
Pump can be very tiny.. :D
Mohammad Yaqoob
Mohammad Yaqoob Prieš mėn
I'll better drag it to the pump
Anton Gilljam
Anton Gilljam Prieš mėn
why are you trying to be doug demuro
SrTh Babu
SrTh Babu Prieš mėn
the way you speak makes me sleep bro.
Krynos18
Krynos18 Prieš mėn
I wonder what the fuel mix is in the compression pumped tire. It might "self-inflate" if it gets too hot.
lpd1snipe
lpd1snipe Prieš mėn
I carry a mini air compressor I purchased from Aerostich in Minnesota. It was well worth the price. It was about 50 bucks. I've used it twice to help other people. It works well, it plugs into your bikes trickle charging port.
David Mattice
David Mattice Prieš mėn
My grandfather mowed long grass for the n.c.c. for years with his old farmall and he had a kit that they put out in the 50's remove onr spsrk plug screw this thing in start tractor snd inflate tire. But it got hot fast.
GENINC
GENINC Prieš mėn
Some say that he is still carrying that wheel.
The Gaming Rhino
The Gaming Rhino Prieš mėn
i own a chevy. why am i watching this
ICU 2
ICU 2 Prieš mėn
If you didn't see a flat tire, to begin with adding air will only deflate the remaining tire. Bad advise.
Derman dertçekmez
Derman dertçekmez Prieš mėn
Oooo 🇹🇷🧿👍
yoink Aim
yoink Aim Prieš mėn
Only rich bastards can afford or would likely opt for either of these options
Suraj Bhomick
Suraj Bhomick Prieš mėn
Just carry a small compressor pump
tpnbro's diary
tpnbro's diary Prieš mėn
My question is what if the tyre is not tubeless..
Eric Christmas
Eric Christmas Prieš mėn
tip one....steal air for the parking lot car....:D hahahahaha [joking]
Michael H
Michael H Prieš mėn
Why not just check your pressure daily? Puncture? Carry CO2 fillers. The chuck he used is crap. They make better ones.
Tarcísio Batista
Tarcísio Batista Prieš mėn
After this, subscribed
osmacar
osmacar Prieš mėn
also used by airsoft!
Bernard Marsh
Bernard Marsh Prieš mėn
Mate, I always hook the compressor to the valve running for an unseated tyre. Looks and sounds impressive when I light the flame. 50 plus times no fails. Had a paddock car we used to do this to as it always had a flat.
Deathax
Deathax Prieš mėn
Plenty of cars along the road to steal air from!
Heath Anderson
Heath Anderson Prieš mėn
Good to see Wyatt from Parks and Rec is still working
csav1551
csav1551 Prieš mėn
I'm not even a motorcycle guy but one of these videos popped up in my feed and I kept watching.
Hawk's GNW Adventures
Hawk's GNW Adventures Prieš mėn
lol i hope you tell them about the negative air. sure itll go KABOOM and inflate. but as soon as it cool down itll suck your rubber to the wall and not be inflated at all.. but good luck!
Snake Pliskin
Snake Pliskin Prieš mėn
I carried a wheel all through a desert town looking for air. Never found any.
demonsluger
demonsluger Prieš mėn
Couldnt u just have a small ball valve for the co2 canister so you dont spill?
Alex Stasko
Alex Stasko Prieš mėn
I think i haven't an engine on my bicycle.
extec101
extec101 Prieš mėn
a 13ci tank for paintball and a "remote hose" also do the trick of filling air in tyres, done it some times when in need of air to my car when a valve started to leak and also nails that get stuck in the tyre and also the bike out in field on the race track.
stenly
stenly Prieš mėn
what tubeless system on the rear do you run on your bike, mate? cheers
jon culp
jon culp Prieš mėn
The cowboy bebop of motorcycle videos.
AnotherChosenOne
AnotherChosenOne Prieš mėn
1:29 giving off some strange James May vibes
Philip Watson 82
Philip Watson 82 Prieš mėn
👍🏼
DageLV
DageLV Prieš 2 mėnesius
wait... what? at work we used to inflate flat tires by adding regular fuel, then driving to nearest air filling place (Small tractors)
Enterprise206
Enterprise206 Prieš 2 mėnesius
Lockheed f-104 Starfighter probably the most sexiest jet fighter ever
Enterprise206
Enterprise206 Prieš 2 mėnesius
I like how he phrased a tire inflator connector as a Lockheed Starfighter if it were to pop off and into your face
Adam Wrong
Adam Wrong Prieš 2 mėnesius
No one gonna comment on the fact you filled your tire with an air fuel mixture from the engine lol
miiklaa
miiklaa Prieš 2 mėnesius
This channel is so underrated 🔥
Paul Phillips Fix
Paul Phillips Fix Prieš 2 mėnesius
Great idea the parasitic draw of air. I love it. I will be making one of those up to be kept in my backpack. Thanks, Paul. ltpost.info/chart/dq2jaxcmgyX0AERivIB2Tw.html
Rolex Teo
Rolex Teo Prieš 2 mėnesius
There are 4 tips and there's bunos: move your bike to the vulcanizing shop
A. Cheeseman
A. Cheeseman Prieš 2 mėnesius
MacGyver would be so proud
Iro65
Iro65 Prieš 2 mėnesius
I have got a small bicycle pump in my kit. Same size as the 45g CO² cartridge, but lighter. And its so much more fun to pump it over and over and over again. Well, at least its working multiple times then.
eternal learner
eternal learner Prieš 2 mėnesius
My 3 bikes have a compact bicycle pump stowed as well as a string kit. I learned many years back that those little gas bottles are a sad, frustrating expensive waste of time and money. Love your clips Ryan.
Motor Gorrila
Motor Gorrila Prieš 2 mėnesius
Yao Ming,"Thank you,but I can't ride a normal size motorcycle."
Sultry Pineapple
Sultry Pineapple Prieš 2 mėnesius
The compression pump was my favorite :P
Moritz von Schweinitz
Moritz von Schweinitz Prieš 2 mėnesius
But wouldn't the cranking method fill the tire with a highly combustible fuel/air mixture?
Moglie Moglie
Moglie Moglie Prieš 2 mėnesius
The tire to tire hose was pretty cool
Rottweiler Fun !!
Rottweiler Fun !! Prieš 2 mėnesius
Great stuff !!
mark harris
mark harris Prieš 2 mėnesius
That's a good informative video !! Imagine you have to move a riding lawn mower with two flat back tires and no portable air compressor ?? Well you can't take the back tires aka wheels off easily because that requires tearing the plastic axle caps covers off and hoping the axle isn't rusty so the wheel will slide off ?? So you find this video and wow !! Just a hose and two air Chuck's and a tire full of air to use and waa laa it's great to see this type of thing !
Marty Niner
Marty Niner Prieš 2 mėnesius
I laughed so hard at the “ like a F105 Starfighter ejecting it’s Chuck”. Nice one Ryan!
Bernhard Weigl
Bernhard Weigl Prieš 2 mėnesius
I really need to say i love this Channel, it got me into motocylces, i own 2 now. Greetings from germany, ride safe everyone, and special greetings to FortNine you guys are awesome!!!
Sabah Zarid
Sabah Zarid Prieš 2 mėnesius
I was waiting for #4
Jay Avallone
Jay Avallone Prieš 2 mėnesius
Rod serling couldn't have said it better. I to use Rope plugs But I did pull 1 out 1 time doing a burnout on a gsx R 1000
John Sivo
John Sivo Prieš 2 mėnesius
Please, please, can someone do a proper review/advice for a motorcycle tire changer, home models. Not just a spoon tutorial, but the comparison between the duck head lever/mojo lever, and spoons. Also, the various options for changing stands.
elmer bernardo
elmer bernardo Prieš 2 mėnesius
Or bring a small bicycle pump.
Malcolm X
Malcolm X Prieš 2 mėnesius
Trick #3: There was a readymade product like this in the market back in the 70's. Two problems with it. 1, motorcycle plugs come in three common thread diameters. 2, you are filling your tire or tube not with air, but with air-fuel mixture.
yako0000
yako0000 Prieš 2 mėnesius
son of a gun. i've inflated dozens of semi tires with ether and matches, (when no other option was available), and was puzzled as to why they deflate so quickly if you don't apply air immediately. now i know. thanks buddy.
steven Mcc
steven Mcc Prieš 2 mėnesius
Dont do the compression tester hack. This leaves petrol vapour in your tyre.
Matt A
Matt A Prieš 2 mėnesius
never expected to see stoichiometry in a motorcycle video, haha
Mike Sokolow
Mike Sokolow Prieš 2 mėnesius
Been seating tires with flaming starting fluid for 40 yrs. Just gotta have the right amount, and a good smack.
Eclispestar
Eclispestar Prieš 2 mėnesius
this shows that we all need kick starters. and access to our spark plugs. and a compression tester... and and and
Craig Fishcake
Craig Fishcake Prieš 2 mėnesius
Excellent.
Chuck Davidson
Chuck Davidson Prieš 2 mėnesius
Great ending.
Bikerbro
Bikerbro Prieš 2 mėnesius
A cracking video, very entertaining and informative. anyone here knows the music in the background? I really liked that.
Douglas Alexander
Douglas Alexander Prieš 2 mėnesius
My Goldwing has a built in compressor. 30 years ago someone thought it a good idea..Not as good off road as a GS, but close..
vasanth kumar
vasanth kumar Prieš 2 mėnesius
You have any chep conversion for tube to tubeless...
Covert Garage
Covert Garage Prieš 2 mėnesius
I agree with you and welcome to my channel about cars
PrincetonTV
PrincetonTV Prieš 2 mėnesius
Tricks ? Seems like tricks you play on your self.
Covert Garage
Covert Garage Prieš 2 mėnesius
Right! So you're welcome to my video blog about cars.
Danzeman
Danzeman Prieš 2 mėnesius
I 've just upped the count to 1000. One less didn't feel right....
Cliff slough
Cliff slough Prieš 2 mėnesius
I put a rope plug in a land rover tyre 7 years ago, it's still going strong and has lost no more air than any of the other tyres, 200,000 Kms and still going strong.
Zulu Ru
Zulu Ru Prieš 2 mėnesius
You’re a fucking bad ass
zombieman 97
zombieman 97 Prieš 3 mėnesius
Bro I need this for a car I'm stranded with a flat tire right now
Emerson Melin
Emerson Melin Prieš 3 mėnesius
Love the videos you guys make! Can you do a video on balancing beads? How they work/effectiveness compared to lead weights. Thanks!
knight daemon
knight daemon Prieš 3 mėnesius
This is how you get the attention of students in Chemistry!
Visionz
Visionz Prieš 3 mėnesius
Do you not ride dirtbikes at all??
Me Here
Me Here Prieš 3 mėnesius
While he's getting the spare off the 4x4, pinch his propane bottle and use that, or a pocket size high pressure bicycle pump.
Copper Beckville
Copper Beckville Prieš 3 mėnesius
None of these are good. Take it from an outback Aussie: pack the tire with grass and sand, then rebead it. It’ll be good enough to get you home.
Fabian Seewald
Fabian Seewald Prieš 3 mėnesius
i feel like i´m annoying my teachers at school again ;D
Fabian Seewald
Fabian Seewald Prieš 3 mėnesius
maybe they use excesslightergas and little oxigen to pressurerize the tire with a mixture of co2 and butane? after all the tires i´m speaking of are gigantic and build to take a little explosion.......
Fabian Seewald
Fabian Seewald Prieš 3 mėnesius
could you use lighter-gas? they use it in iceland but i don´t know if they use it to seed the beat
Fabian Seewald
Fabian Seewald Prieš 3 mėnesius
@FortNine so u would have pressure then?
FortNine
FortNine Prieš 3 mėnesius
Yep, that works. ~RF9
Deon Van der Westhuizen
Deon Van der Westhuizen Prieš 3 mėnesius
All spoked tires should be banned. I installed a pool noodle in the front tire of my Varadero some years ago. No change to the ride comfort, and it is possible to ride even when the air valve is removed. Can't do that with my XR650R, because it has tubes. If you get a flat with a tube tire, the only remedy is to replace the tube. A lot of work on the trail. Ban tubed tires.
Not Me OK
Not Me OK Prieš 3 mėnesius
Trick#4 is illegal :))
Carl Siemens
Carl Siemens Prieš 4 mėnesius
Thermodynamically, an internal combustion engine is just an air compressor.
Big Ass Amateur MILF
Big Ass Amateur MILF Prieš 4 mėnesius
Legend has that Ryan is still walking with the rear tyre in hand.
Marcelos Marques de Paula
Marcelos Marques de Paula Prieš 4 mėnesius
Yo kinda ARSONIST....!!! Canada looks like a wonderland. I'll send my kids to live there.
Nice person
Nice person Prieš 4 mėnesius
Try nitrogen. The molecules of that are bigger than that of air molecules.
Sound Money
Sound Money Prieš 4 mėnesius
That science lesson was so basic it felt intense
Tayyab Naveed
Tayyab Naveed Prieš 4 mėnesius
Isn't using this trick dangerous on a carburetor motorcycle? you are pumping near stoichiometric mixture into your tyre, it might not combust but petrol and rubber aren't the bestest friends. best to only reserve this for absolute emergencies.
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