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Re: Wheel balancing and weights
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In the "I always wondered" dept.....
When they use those stick-on weights, how do they compensate for the fact
that the sitck-on
weights are not the same distance from the rotational axis of the wheel
Vs the "pound-on" type
that attach to the outermost lip of the rim? I should think that it would
be required to add additional
weight Vs what the balancing machine says to use when using those
or do you just set the machine for 14" wheels when balancing 15" wheels
with stick-ons, etc?
Do the guys that typically balance your wheels know what they're doin'
This has been keepin' me up at night for too long now to go unanswered!