Inflate a tubeless tire by wrapping a rope around the circumference of the tire, twisting the rope with a stick to push the tire bead out and gradually inflating the tire with an air compressor or pump. Tubeless tires are found in wheelbarrows, lawnmowers, bicycles and cars.
Flat tubeless tires are difficult to inflate because of the lack of a complete seal against the tire rim. Successfully reinflating a tubeless tire requires that a little bit of air pressure resides in the tire. Wrapping a rope around the tire circumference and twisting it with a stick forces the remaining air inside to push the bead against the tire rim creating a seal. As the air compressor introduces air back into the tire, the stick can be untwisted to relax the rope and allow the tire to fully inflate.