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Old 03-23-2017, 10:48 AM
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Default DynaBeads for wheel balancing

Stumbled across ceramic beads for internal wheel balancing. Nothing turned up with a forum search. Any one ever try these? Seems like a interest concept.
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Old 03-23-2017, 11:31 AM
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I used to work for a company that used them in all of their steer tires, personally I would just stick with traditional balancing.....
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Old 03-23-2017, 03:52 PM
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Tires get balanced when installed. That balance only changes a little bit after break in so a second rebalance OK. If your trying to solve an imbalance problem later then most likely you have a seperating tire. Beads are best for large tires, slow vehicles or most aftermarket China rims that are not true. That untrue creates a perceived balance problem. If you want bling rims (see fool) then insist the seller show you them spinning true on a tire machine before you mount a tire on them. Garbage house brand rotors from parts stores are also a source of endless balance problems. The beads break up in small tires at interstate speeds and are temporary. You will also have a big problem if fix-a-flat or Slime is already in the tire. Save the beads for trucks and farm implements.
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It's a trick monster truck guys use to balance those giant tires.
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