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Old 11-17-2009, 12:21 PM   #31
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I do know that the cost of cheap anti freeze and water is far cheaper then any of the other products. It's like 4-5$ for a gallon.

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I got an email from innovative balancing stating that if the recent core vale is rubber the filtered core will work? I have standard steel wheels and what happens if the core is nor rubber? Also they suggested a vibrating engraver.

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I bought their valve stems and wound up just using the one's that came with my wheels.


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OK....so I think everyone here is pretty much for the beads. What about off roading? Do they become unbalanced on a washboard road. What about rock climbing. We live in California so we have alot of road wear on our highways.....This is confusing....
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Holy Thread Dredge, Batman!

I'm going to say that balanced wheels are more important the faster the wheel spins. At off road speeds, they just roll around at the bottom of the tire. Washboard roads - Hmm.. How fast do you fly over them? I don't think beads are going to smooth out the washboard roads.

FWIW - I ran the dyanbeads in 35s. Not sure they added life to the tire, but they "probably" helped the ride overall.

Having done the beads, I would just go grab some airsoft ammo next time.

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