Innovative Balancing = Dyna beads = no more balancing!!
Yes! This will balance your tires.
I took the step and order up some dyna beads for my taars and beadlocks. I don't know anyone around here who can fathom a bigger tire let alone balance it properly. Total cost was around 70 bucks for 4 tires and I will never have to balance them again!
How well do they work when you add 120# of water in the front tires????
I don't know. I'm not going that far yet. LOL!! I was looking at the staun valve stems for adding water and thought they were pretty cool! If you are adding water you aren't concerned with tire balance!
I'm only adding this because now is the time. I find it cool that this will statically and dynamically balance your tires.
I tried the water for a short time and it was great on the trail. Driving to and from sucked with all that added weight so I removed it. I may try it again once i have the linked front end because it did work very well on the trail
BTW mine is a trail queen so tire balance is not a real problem.
I refuse to belong to any group that would have me as a member.
89 YJ Nearly Stock Dual D30's front and rear
How expensive are they Mr. Clifford? Also, will these tear up the rubber on the inside of the tire, eating it alive from the inside-out (like that Slime tire repair stuff) or is the tire impervious to its destruction techniques ? I am really considering this when I get new tires, even if I stay at 31s. It would be nice to only "balance" the tires when you first get them, and have them automatically balance for you untill its time for new ones. You also dont have to worry about wheel weights getting knocked off on the trail. I am just wondering if these balance as WELL as wheel weights for a DD or if this is just a trail balance. 10mph and 70mph are a big difference balance wise
Last question, I swear Mr. Cliff(about these anyway)! Are these beads reusable after the tire is worn out, or do you just chuck 'em out with the tire?
I doubt they will do any destruction to the tire. I've read this over many times and people do reuse them. From what I've read there is really no down side to it. Your theory about 10 vs 70 confuses me. If a tire is balanced properly it should function flawlessy at any speed.