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Goodson Tools & Supplies for Engine Builders Expands Tire Changing Product Line

Duck Head for Coats

WINONA, MN — Goodson Tools & Supplies for Engine Builders is expanding its line of Replacement Parts for Tire Changers.

The backbone of the line is a wide assortment of Mount/Demount Heads (aka Duck Heads). According to Dave Monyhan, Goodson Sales Manager, “We have Duck Heads for most popular tire changers on the market, including AccuTurn, All Tool, Coats, Corghi, Hoffman, Hunter, FMC, Ranger, John Bean, Sice and Snap-On.”


Goodson Tools & Supplies Inserts

Monyhan added that Goodson also carries Replacement Inflator Hoses, Hold-Down Cones and more. The newest addition to the product line is an assortment of Jaw Protectors, Duck Head Inserts and Rim Protectors.

For more information about the Goodson Tire Changer Product Line, contact Goodson at
1-800-533-8010 or visit

This story was originally published on October 28, 2014. Drag Illustrated

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