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Replacing Wheel....

I am told that when replacing the wheel in the turbo such as with a wicked wheel etc. that the assembly should be re-balanced for longer life, any experience of this?....Thanks, Fred
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I never did mine and it ran fine. Mine did go out the other day, but I think it was due to some1 kinda helping grabbing the shaft while apart....

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Any truth to this?????
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Wheels now days, such as the wicked wheel, come pre balanced so the complete assembly balance is not crucial. Im not saying it wouldn't raise the durability or help at all but it is not necessary.
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