I have a Pro-Sulky with 4.10-4 tubeless tires purchased new last fall. For some reason one of the tires went completely flat over the winter and of course came unseated from the rim. In the past with this small wheels (maybe not quite this small) I have been able to wrap a rope around the tread to force the tire to expand and contact both sides of the rim. Give it a good shot of air and good to go. No such luck with this little critter. I even tried cinching it harder with a ratchet strap, but no go. I am using a homeowner type Sears compresser. I am wondering if I need to take this to a tire shop where they can give it a shot of high volume air while they wiggle the tire around to get it close enough to seat. Any oither ideas on what I can try before I go for professional help? I've heard of an old (military?) trick using a shot of starting fluid and a lighter, but that sounds insane.