Breaking the bead is easy with the 2x4 method, you need zero special tools to do that.
Putting the tire on, a few tire irons and rim protectors are cheap. Dishsoap and water for the lube.
That will give you enough tools to remove and install tires. Balancing is optional depending on who you ask.
Saying that, I would not advise anyone to mount and balance their own tires. It is something that can be an absolute PITA if you have a tire with a tight bead. I'll do it every once in a while and regret it every single time. Most shops in my area charge around $20CAD to mount and balance a tire off the bike.
$20 for any service that saves me from physical labour is beyond worth it!
Current: '15 Tenere ES - 30k km
Past : '06 FZ6 - 115k km, '06 KTM 625 SMC - 30k km, '06 V-Strom 650 - 80k km, '07 FZ1 - 70k km
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