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Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Thibodaux Louisiana
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Can I possibly have a defected wheel/wheels?
To start off I have 22x11 Fuel Hostages with 37x13.5x22 Toyo MT's. I have had the wheels balanced twice since the tires got put on the new wheels. I still have what seems like a vibration. When I had the wheels balanced the 2nd time, the shop told me there was up and down movement in them. When I first put the lift and 22x14 wheels with these same tires and if I remember correctly the truck didn't ride as bad. It's almost as the wheels/tires have a hop to them, not so much a vibration. It basicaly feels like I'm riding on Mud Grapplers, but without the noise. The steering wheel doesn't move very much. Is it possible that one of the wheels have the bolt pattern drilled off center some? The shop balancing also said one wheels had a lot more up and down than the rest. When the first shop balanced them hey did a horrible job. Between 55-65 the my arms were shaking while holding the wheel.
There's a local shop that install lifts often and also mounts and balances large offroad tires on a regular basis. I haven't brought the truck to them due to having time to get it there. They're a very busy shop. I just want to get others thoughts before I bring it.
2010 F-250 Lariat w/ FX4 and Utimate Package
22's with 37x13.5 Toyo's
Billet Inserts (eventually FX4 grill)
PTM Mirrors, Keypad and Tailgate Handle
Smoked Tails, 3rd Brake and Mirrors lense
Color Matched Inner and Over Lays