Wow! Those TSLs are really holding to those 15x10s! I'm starting to think that the 15x8s I ordered are going to be too narrow. I may never get them broken down once mounted! With no valve stems in the wheels, I pulled my back tire up on the TSL, and it just sat there. Jumping on the truck didn't help. So, I took the hi-lift, centered at the back of the frame, and jacked both back tires off the ground, still didn't pop the bead. With both back tires off the ground on a hi-lift (yes, I was carefull and stayed clear) jumping on the frame was not an option. I guess there is just not enough weight back there without a body. I broke my boards I was using as a ramp while fooling around in the back, and the front does not have the clearance to use the hi-lift on the big wide 42", so my day ended with no progress on unseating the tires. Tomorrow I'm going to drop by Home Depot to pick up a couple of landscaping timbers for ramps. I started to just drive a front tire up on it but I was concerned that I would damage my new tires. I found a place locally that sells the hand tools (tire hammer and tire irons) for mounting big rig tires (about $150+ for the whole setup) so I may get that just to have it. I'm hoping to find a set of those Ausi "tyre plyers" though. So, much for my first attempt at changing 42" TSLs by hand. Anyone tried the "tyre plyers" (or however they spell it)? Russ 85 K30 CUCV, 350 TBI, TH400, 205, D60/C14, 4.56 Locked, 4" lift, 42" tires Some day: massive cutting, shorter wb and rear overhang.