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It sounds as though one of your tires may have a slipped belt. This is pretty hard to diagnose because there isn't any real physical manifestation of it except for one of more of your tires being out of round. I don't believe this shows up when doing the balancing because it's more of a rolling thing. You can, however, rotate the tires front to back and see ...


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It could be that the holes into which the wheel nuts fit are elongated, allowing the wheels to be off-centre ? Or ( dare I say it ) that the wheel nuts are loose Or a wheel/tyre could be elliptical. This should have been picked up by the balancing test but I guess it's possible for a wheel to be balanced but elliptical. You could check this by jacking the ...


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If there is a flat spot on the tire you will most likely want to get it replaced, depending on how bad the flat spot is. Just minor wear and you'll be fine with a re-balance as it'll wear normally around the flat spot.


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Firstly, I would like tell you that painting your car rims is not straightforward as painting a plain wall. It requires little more efforts and some appropriates tools as: • paint thinner • rags • painters tape • various grits of sandpaper • newspaper • steel wool • Stops Rust paint & • Self Etching Primer Once you have arranged ...


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I had this problem with the rear wheels of my BMW and here's what I did. I have aluminum wheels so I needed to be careful. I took a 1 foot piece of cedar (soft wood) 2x4 and a sledge hammer. Using some force, I hit the piece of wood with the hammer around the outside perimeter of the wheel. Eventually it loosened up from the axle. There wasn't any ...



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