I have two sets and usually use them both on a tire. I use the motion pro small bars with the loop on the end and the cheap chrome plated bars from Harborfreight when I need extra leverage to push the bead down into the gap.
changing your tires on a trip is probably not something you want to try on the side of the road. Get towing insurance like they offer as a member of GWRAA. I've had that insurance since 2008 and they will tow anything except a commercial vehicle up to 100 miles. Check out the Rescue Plus towing they offer.
I had my Hyundai towed 99 miles last year and my son just had an Infinity towed here from St. Louis. Cost $80 a year and as far as I know there is no limit to how many times a year you can have a tow.
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Previous bikes: 84 GL1200 STD, 83 KZ550LTD, 83 CB1000, 78 CB400A, 82 CB900F, 79 CB750K, 2001 GL1800, 2000 Dyna Super Glide, 1972 CB350 K4, 1985 GL1200A, 1997 1200 Sportster, 84 GL1200I, 82 Honda CM400E, 81 Suzuki GS650L, 72 Triumph Bonneville 750, 72 Honda CB350, 66(?) Honda 305 Scrambler, 6? Yamaha yz250, 62 650 Matchless (Norton-Villers).