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Old 11-24-2017, 07:29 PM
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balancing beads question?

how do i know how many beads i need in ounces? sites have my tires listed somewhere between 5 or 6 oz running out of time to order so need to know. tires are lt285/70/17s load range E ko2's

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anyone know?

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Do you plan on using true Dynabeads? You can always add more by pulling your valve core and adding them through there.

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Do you plan on using true Dynabeads? You can always add more by pulling your valve core and adding them through there.

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not sure how they work with tpms sensors which is main issue. some sites say they clog em but some say they fine
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