blur at sympatico.ca
Tue Jul 31 13:18:36 EDT 2001
Tires are "force-ground" at the factory if they require it for
balancing purposes, but as Larry says, nobody really does it
afterwards. If you have a flat spot from a lockup you may be able to
find a race shop that shaves tires to get this out but if it just
developed this problem on it's own there's probably something wrong
with the tire.
Larry C Leung wrote:
> Pretty much modern tires have eliminated this need. If a tire is out of
> round, or has a wobble, it is likely that there is a broken or damaged
> belt and therefore is damaged beyond repair and possibly rather unsafe.
> LL - NY
> On Mon, 30 Jul 2001 20:03:10 -0500 Joshua Van Tol <josh at spiny.com>
> >Anyone know of a tire shop that does this? It used to be fairly
> >common, but isn't anymore. I'm in La Crosse Wisconsin, but would run
> >up to the twin cities, or madison to get this done.
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