I have done it on all my other bikes,but not on the Victory yet. I have always spooned them on and balanced them. I got a friend that recently got a new(used) tire machine,so I may go by his house on this bike and let him have a go at changing the tires on this this one.
I sometimes change my own tires with a Harbor Frieght tire changer I've bolted to the floor. Works pretty good. I then use Dyna beads or Ride-On to balance the tire. Right now I like the Ride-On better.
If you're young enough to use a machine long enough for it to pay for itself; a No Mar tire changing machine would be a good investment.
I have to agree I love my NO MAR tire changer. Takes several tire changes though to pay for it. I also have used dyna beads and ride on. I must say that ride on does a much better job of balancing the tires. Plus you get some puncture protection with ride on.
The Nomar looks great, but I am prolly too old to have it pay for itself. I was looking at the Harbor Freight model. It says they sell a Cycle Wheel attachment, but I can't find it. Is it important to the operation?