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It takes alot of work to get them right... (archive)

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Posted by DCC on January 06, 2000 at 13:18:00:

In Reply to: Just got my ACS new wheels last week but....more posted by frank on January 06, 2000 at 02:44:36:

especially when you have to deflate the tire, unseat the bead, and then turn the tire in the wheel
I had 4 new Michelin Pilot sports 245/40/17 put on a set of BMW factory forged double spoke and they all used no more than 2-3 pieces of weights per wheel
But it took hours to get it right

Dan


: but i found out that there are total 10 weights in the rear and one weight in the front. I think the brand new AC Schnizer 18x8.5 rims are pretty well made. Is this normal or the installer is being lazy... i am pretty clueless about the wheel balancin stuff..
: so please help me!
: thanks alot and happy new year




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