Quick and dangerous way to inflate a tire

Don't try that at home :)

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1. Oddi 5 years ago

Fake or not im goin to teach that to my little brother for his bicycle. Maybe he'll suceed...or not. >:)

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2. Xionbox (moderator) 5 years ago

Awesome!

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3. banzemanga 5 years ago

can someone explain the science behind it? i am so confused.

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4. orion 5 years ago

Obvious. Explosion means expansion of gasses.

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5. moskwiz 5 years ago

Def not fake =)

And is rly handy when stranded somewhere in the Arctic circle without any spare rims for your toyota hilux supercab (thinking about TopGear) :D

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6. sp176 5 years ago

Cool. This cant last that long though.

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7. kingerr 5 years ago

It doesn't inflate the tire, it just sets the bead. It just looks like it is inflated because the vehicle is on a jack. There would be 0 air pressure in the tire.

WD-40 works perfectly for this.

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8. TitvsCaivs 5 years ago

This is used by any car with that tiresize. The problem with such big tires is, that no compressor on earth is capable of pressing that much air in that short period of time, to make the tire "stick" to the rim, so, from obvious reasons, they use this kind of explosion. #6 you are right, but you can see they are puting the compressor on, the explosion just helpes the tire to stick to the rim. I hope i managed to make you understand.

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10. cannnobaL 5 years ago

Not fake. Old trick from North

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11. Highmeadow 5 years ago

Used to do this with construction, logging and farm equipment tires all the time, but it is definitely frowned on by your labour safety regulators.

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12. Cargoon 5 years ago

How many guys does it take to re-set a bead? :D

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13. FATBOY192 5 years ago

now thats something you don't see on ray mears tv shows, extreme bush craft

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14. zerorain 5 years ago

i gotta try that now

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15. evilhost369 5 years ago

Must... resist... slashing neighbor's tire!

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16. Fudji 5 years ago

It's not exactly the same as they did in TopGear, in TopGear they inflated the tire with gas instead of just spraying it onto the rim.
This is not something that will work everytime and the way these germans are doing it is more dangerous than inflating the tire with gas.

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17. dafil 5 years ago

#16
The language spoken in this vid ain't german ;)

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18. Noobeater 5 years ago

I tried it, and my rear rim is now on the roof. What to do?

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19. Loveitall 5 years ago

;) 17 said it best!!!!

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20. SpikedSilver 5 years ago

#16 damn you ^^ its east european or somethin, but def not german

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21. Belfinwe 5 years ago

#20 don't think it's east european either. I'd say it's Norwegian. I recognize the registrationplate and some of the words they say in the vid.

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22. Rebmeister 5 years ago

#(removed comment) = LOL!

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23. nooitaf (admin) 5 years ago

sounds scandinavian .. its not german ^^

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24. joeman 4 years ago

The chemicals used here burn, causing the fluid to expand to a gas, which seats the tire.
There is no explosion.

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25. wongraven 4 years ago

Its Norwegians :D