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thanks i will do that . thanks guys (archive)

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Posted by ADAMK on January 18, 2002 at 17:51:11:

In Reply to: Yes, and... posted by Jon on January 18, 2002 at 16:34:08:


if all that fails, find a shop with a Hunter GSP9700 "vibration control system" This puts force on the tire while balancing to accurately duplicate on-road conditions and take tire irregularities into account.

Also, I once had tires "balanced" by one place only to have them double checked somewhere else and find that they were WAY OFF.

-Jon


..balance (weights on the outside of the wheel as well as the inside)? Wheel weights are ugly, but if you don`t do a dynamic balance of the fronts, especially with wider wheels, you`re going to vibrate. Lastly, have the guys recalibrate their machine.

I have the 91 m5 rims on my e30 m3. At 70 MPH the wheels shake and they were just ballanced. are the rims hub centric with our cars. thanks






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