Well I think I need to be taught a few things.
This is my first 4x4, and subsequently first Jeep. I have a '12 JKU Sahara with a self built AEV JK250 Kit. I'm also running 35" BFG A/Ts.
I ran the lift for a few weeks before getting my wheels and tires (approx 2K miles), and had no issues with the lift. Fast forward about 15K miles later into tires and I keep getting a shimmy in the jeep.
I got my setup from discount tire, so they do the life time rotation and balance. I've had them rotated/ balanced 2 times now, and each time they keep adding weight to the tires. Now I'm about 4K miles into the last rotation and the wobble is back. You can feel it in the steering wheel and the butt gyro.
Do 35s really need this much maintenance? They seem to go out of balance every 3-4K miles. When initially installed they did do a road force balance, and they were smooth as glass with only 3-4 oz / wheel. I'm thinking of calling the local DT and asking them to strip all the weights and start over.
I just can't understand how / why they would need more weight (1-2 oz / wheel) every few thousand miles, which is why I'm turning to y'all for an education. Please enlighten me!!!
Sorry for the rant, and thanks in advance guys!