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well I won't say it's making your a professional tyre changer cause I know you have luckily escaped that each time........I changed my last one.........nightmare.........old cars use to not hide the spare in STUPID places..........
On the way home from Toowoomba Cheryl dropped me off to meet my husband as we were going to his parents. Just before the meeting spot he had hit a huge pothole on the Western Freeway. By the time he got to me the tyre was half down due to a slow leak. We had to change it when we got there. The rim is badly damaged so guess what we have to do today. His brother went past the spot later and said the police had cordoned it off - didn't help us though. So definitely not a good day for wheels.
Getting them over and done with all at once??? Or is it the state of our roads!
So you must be an expert by now at changing them????LOLMy husband says that if you are going to drive a car, you must know how to change a tyre, no matter how big the car is!!
Flat tyres - I`m hopless! Enjoy the whole of March month :))Our first month of Spring, but still very cold ( -10 ) and lots of snow in the garden. Happy Stitching!
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