I just bought a set of 43" Goodyear tires. Anyone gotta suggestion on what's the best way to balance them? I've heard of equal, airsoft bbs, sand and copper bbs what's the best way? Thanks.
I was just going based off of my experience with bbs. 4wheelparts actually told me to bring some when they mounted some 41 inch iroks I had. well I literally couldn't get over 50 mph. I then found a shop that could balance them with weights and one of the tires that was almost perfect without anything was so out of balance with the bbs in it the worker just laughed.balancing with weights is fine but with larger tires especially they don't tend to hold that balance as well. if mud or something gets in there it can throw it off also. BBs will always keep it balanced and will adjust to caked on mud or anything like that.
yeah having them trued is a good way to balance them. also does he know that the air we breath is about
78 percent nitrogen? that extra 22 percent doesn't do much of anything.
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Looks like they sell them in an .43g now!!One more thought, Another plus for the Airsoft is availability, Sporting Goods section of your Wal-Mart. If you plan ahead you can save money on ebay, but if you need balance right away, most are open late if not 24hrs.
On my 6.0 i had 14 inches of lift to clear them. i tried the plastic bb's and golf balls neither worked very well finally i had them cut (trued) then balanced worked wonders. then it burned a couple months later so got a new 6.4Ive heard bb's for many years also. What lift you gonna be running to clear these things