If that works I'm just going to do that... I have to get my new tires mounted over the next week and I can't stand wheel weights... especially since my wheels are black and silver weights will make my OCD go just nuts. lol :crazyeyes:
If you have them install tape weights, they get mounted to the inside surface of your wheels. Not only will you not be able to see them, they won't get knocked off on the trail too. I am really particular about having balanced wheels and they are what I run now.
Which is heavier- 10 oz of gold or 10 oz of water?
I've never had the dyna beads personally, had air soft in my tj, with diy steel beadlocks that were Not highway friendly to begin with then add swampers :banghead:
If you are going to run them, find a good postal scale, pour the air soft into soda cups until you get the desired weight.
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This is a good read for you.... In the end, I did exactly what Eddie suggested and the Road Force balance fixed all my issues.
Whats everyones take on TPMS sensors... get another set for the new setup, or can a Procal or Superchips shut off the system completely? I hate dash lights... once again the OCD is running my life. :crazyeyes:
A procal or flash cal can turn it off completely. If you have a 2014 with the tire pressure monitor on the dash, I would keep them.
I have an 07, so i guess I'll just shut it off.
If I have a way to see what the actual pressure is in each tire like my Escalade had, I would keep it... but its just a dummy light in mine. Eddie do you know if the system has the ability to show the exact pressure if I hooked a computer up to it? Meaning if I hooked up a procal to the jeep, can the procal see what the actual pressure is in each tire?
If so maybe I'll get the sensors and work on setting up a screen somewhere so I can see the info in real time.