I decided to buy the equipment to change my own KS tires for convenience, to spend less money, and because I wanted to do it myself. I used a Harbor Freight changer, mojoblocks, mojolever, and marc parnes balancer. The whole job took about 3 hours. This included a few double checks on the net and rereading the directions as I went along.
The only problems I ran into was the wheels spun around on the HF changer as I was trying to get the tire off and the mojolever kept slipping out of the tire when trying to mount the tire. Next time, I'll put some rubber strips on the mojoblocks to stop the spinning. I'm not sure how to keep the mojolever in the tire.
I did notice that the dealer mounted the front tire backwards the last time I was there and the lower pinch bolt was only finger tight. I imagine that if the bolt was torqued correctly, it would have stayed torqued.
I went to a few auto stores to buy the bead slippy stuff. Carquest had it for $30 a gallon. It's just slippy stuff and I really didn't need a gallon! The salesman told me to use WD-40. Not a good idea from what I read about mounting/dismounting tires. I went to NAPA auto and bought a gallon of NAPA tire mounting lube for $9.
When mounting the front tire, I used a grip clamp to hold the tire in place and in the middle of the rim. This worked well. I'm going to grind the end off my core remover. It's just a tad long on one end and it hits the rim when removing the core.
Thanks for all the people on this site who provides advice and ideas for the rest of us. Here are some sites I used to help me. (By the way, I took the bike for a ride and the wheels did not fall off.)