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Redback 226 23" Fully Automatic Tyre Changer with Assist Arm

Product Code: TBDRB226


( 1,978.80 inc VAT )


About the Redback 226 Tyre Changer

Capable of changing up to 23" wheels on passenger and light commercial wheels
Fully automatic model with pneumatic tilting rear column, saving you set up time
Powerful pneumatic right assist arm with centre drop and power roller to assist demounting and mounting tyres. Especially useful with run flat and low profile tyres.
Variable speed turntable between 0-12rpm
Smooth slide sleeve bearings meaning easy one finger push / pull positioning of horizontal slide arm. This allows for easy positioning of the mounting head. See video below.
Heavy duty, double-structure cabinet
Powerful bead breaker made from aluminium meaning no more rusting!
Easily adjustable bread breaker positioning with 2 level adjustments (up to 355mm)
Pedal controls are easily accessed via the front extractable drawer designed for easy maintenance. See gallery images.
12 months parts and labour warranty (Mainland UK only)

Optional Extras

Optional quick change mounting head feature. Switch from a metal mounting head to a plastic head in mere seconds with a simple twist and lock device (no spanner, allen key or screw driver required). See video below.

Included with the C233GB Tyre Changer with Assist Arm

Operation manual
Routine maintenance guide
Pre filter and oil lubricator
18" tyre lever
Alloy wheel protection kit including
- Plastic inserts for metal mounting head
- Plastic cover for tyre lever
- Set of 4 clamping jaw covers
- Plastic bead breaker cover

This product is available on finance:
£57.72 Monthly over 3 years*
£13.32 Weekly over 3 years*
Please contact our finance department to discuss

* Finance subject to status
Technical Specification:

Outside Clamping: 11"-21"
Inside Clamping: 13"-23"
Max Rim Width: 315mm
Max Wheel Diameter: 960mm
Air Supply: 8-10 bar
Bead Breaker Force: 2500kg
Power Supply: 220V/1PH
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