There are videos on youtube showing it.
It's not as difficult as you might think.
I forget where I got my new tires but they had instructions to put the
tires in very hot water for a few minutes. That helped them stretch to
make it easier to get them on the wheel. When they cool off they
tighten up on the wheel.
Mine have no glue. The wheel has a "curbs" on the edges that hold the
tire in place. However, I would think spray adhesive or rubber cement
"Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life"
If the stretch to fit round tire is not evenly stretched certain areas
will be stretched more than others. Those will end up as thin/low
spots. Ideally that will work itself out "if" the tire can equalize
around the wheel. BUT there are often problems with vibration after
stretching to fit a new tire if the tire is not evenly stretched around
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