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post #1966 of 7919 Old 07-17-2010, 08:22 AM
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anyone know of places in the newburgh area that road force balances tires?
If for your Jeep and it's 33's (per your profile), I'd use (have many times) a dynamic balancing method like Dynabeads. They are in 2 of my 3 vehicles now, since I don't bother balancing the Jeep any more.


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post #1967 of 7919 Old 07-17-2010, 08:39 AM
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any more info, like where to get them? i'm getting the death wobble that i am 99% sure is in my tires. I swapped out my tires for another set and i ran smooth. and through trial and error i found 2 of my 6 tires that ride the smoothest and I hardly get any shimmy or anything. are the beads something that will fix that?

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post #1968 of 7919 Old 07-17-2010, 09:06 AM
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Wait... I have been looking for you for while BM20. You have the Silver Rubi and the Red TJ in your Drive way (sorry for sounding like a stalker). I only know that because I saw your Jeep on here before and recognized the house and Jeep when I passed it one day. Duram Frame and Axle advertise that they have Hunter road force balancing, but I would atually think it might be your Soft 8s causing the problems. My sister will never have balanced tires again on her car because of her steel rims.

If you really want to try it, Duram is on 9W by the park in the city of Newburgh (the one with the pool).

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post #1969 of 7919 Old 07-17-2010, 09:51 AM
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yeah thats me, creep. j/k
I bought the tires for my old jeep, and totaled it before i could put them on so when I got the rubi I had 15 inch tires and 16 inch rims. I just bought the soft 8's to hold me over. They have been fine until I got my valve stems replaced at mavis a while ago and have a feeling they didnt re-balance them properly. then i had them re-done somewhere else a few weeks ago and the guy didnt remove the old weights, just added more and made it worse.
I forgot about Durham, thanks I'll look into it.

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Two things.....

First: The dually might get traded for an F-250 with a 7.3 diesel

Second: Don, the red and yellow monster is hard to miss.... That being said You have been spotted in Lagrange. I was creepin' in the dually hahahaha!

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How did the axle go James? Still fighting it?

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How did the axle go James? Still fighting it?
one clip is out by shakeing it and it fell out. The other is a no go. Im giving up for the weekend . If i do get it out the aussie is not going back in because the ected will be here soon.
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one clip is out by shakeing it and it fell out. The other is a no go.
I use a magnet.

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Im going to have to find a bigger magnet. When I do get the locker out its not going back in!! Waiting on Bills Ected that will be out of his 35 in 2 weeks or less.
Sell the 35 with the aussie and put the cash towards an 8.8???

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searching car-part.com. Junk yards are asking 250 and up for D35s?. Im looking at 8.8s but the best deals are 2 hour drives, ofcoarse,,

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searching car-part.com. Junk yards are asking 250 and up for D35s?. Im looking at 8.8s but the best deals are 2 hour drives, ofcoarse,,
I got mine at A&T for $240.

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Yeah James A&T auto parts in Hyde Park has a bunch of them. I thought about going that route a while back and The guy quoted me at like $200-$250. I believe they have a search on their website too.

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Not that bad of a place either. We snagged some things from there, but nothing for the Jeep. Heck, we got a rim and tire for my sister's car for something like $25. Spech's (SP????) is another decent place to go. Good prices. I just don't remember where it is.

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Thanks guys, right now i am looking for a set od D35 spider gears to get me back on the road. That aussie is not going back in anytime soon.

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