When originally mounting the beadlocks on the tires they were so far imbalanced that I broke them back down and made sure to evenly torque the bolts in a criss-cross pattern so the exterior ring was as even as possible across the front lip of the tire. As I mentioned two I was able to get balanced with a small amount of sticky weights and the others are just so far off I went with the dynabeads.
Another thought of mine is that the rim is not centered in the tire properly when I mounted them? Its just weird how sometimes its a crazy shake and other times I can get up to 70 no problem. Also this shaking has only started now that I moved the dynabead tires in front and the sticky weight 2 in the rear.
I never road force balanced because there are very few places around here that do that and several wont even touch a 35" tire with beadlocks.