The Spare Tire Helper is a device used to facilitate the lifting of a tire. It has features for easy holding and positioning of the tire while attaching it to a vehicle.
Inventor Gerald Williams of Leesville, LA has created a device used to facilitate the lifting of a tire. It has features for easy holding and positioning of the tire while attaching it to a vehicle.
Nothing beats having the proper tool for a job. The proper tool can save time, save money, produce a higher quality job, and provide for the increased safety of an individual. The process of changing a tire is usually a bothersome one. Not only is it difficult to move tires around, but it is also tricky to hold and position the tire correctly before attaching it to ones vehicle. Inventor Williams has created an improved means of attaching spare tires.
This clever new invention is strong and durable. It saves time and frustration. It is ideal for use by single users. It is safer than alternative tire changing methods and requires no muscle strain. It is great for the do-it-yourselfer. The use of the Spare Tire Helper offers animproved method of lifting, holding, and positioning a tire in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.