.....I know some have good luck doing this and some do not.
I know there are some older threads on this topic and I didn't want to bump them too discuss this topic and ask my questions.
So here's my experience thus far, I am running bias ply tsl sx's.((36 x 12.5 x 15)) I love these tires off road and got tired of trying to have them correctly balanced for on road driving.
What I ran into was once the tires heated up and were above 50 to 55 (range based on air pressure) they would vibe and ride rough as hell.
I have paid for spin balances and road force balances, numerous times trying to eliminate this issue. With no change at all.
So I finally decided to break down the bead locks, strip the lead weights and try the airsoft bb's.
All I can say is wow! What a drastic ride enhancement, I can now run down the highway at 65 to 75 with no vibes at all.
I do still have a small steering wheel tick between 50 and 55 which comes and goes and dissipates with a little more speed. And with multiple starts and stops from 0 to 60 resulting
in the tick about 50% of the time. Even when the tick is experienced if the same speed is maintained it works it's self out and goes away.
So that brings me to my questions for those using internal dynamic balancing media.
Should I add a little more weight? Say 2 ounces to the 10 I started with?
Or is this normal and just leave it alone?
Thanks in advance!