Dean Quach DIY Tire Removal is Hard to Watch

I was completely mesmerized when I saw this video of Dean Quach from Houston, Texas, USA using ordinary tools from his toolbox to remove a stretched tire. I’m glued to my screen when I watch a video of an install or uninstall, and on occasion, following the sequence of dominoes. So with the tools Dean uses, I’m actually surprised that he didn’t damage the wheels, tire bead or barrel. Not to mention, these are a super rare set of WORK Emitz wheels for his Lexus LS430. Check out Dean's build at www.instagram.com/deansgarage.

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