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Just simple. What is the best tool for replacing flat tire. It shall not be too heavy and easy to use and reliable.

asked May 07 '12 at 09:32

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I just call my wife.

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answered Jun 09 '12 at 00:01

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Your car comes with a tire iron and screw jack. What's wrong with that?

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answered May 15 '12 at 09:33

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If you want something "not be too heavy and easy to use and reliable", stick an AAA card in your wallet.

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answered Jul 12 '12 at 08:43

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The best thing to buy is tire patching kit, needle nose pliers and a portable air compressor you can usually find the nail with the tire still attached and plug it and pump it back up, even my wife can do it!

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answered Aug 29 '12 at 11:19

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Maybe what most people lack when changing a tire is practice: Where's the jack/iron/tire? Where do I put the jack under the car? Why'd I park in loose soil? Which way do I turn the nuts? How do I leave a message for my loved ones after I'm killed by oncoming traffic?

And don't buy crappy tires in the first place.

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answered Sep 07 '12 at 08:15

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