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Beads 1 16.67%
Liquid 1 16.67%
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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-26-2018, 08:24 PM Thread Starter
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What do you use to balance your wheels?

Weights
Beads
Liquid

I use weights.

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Balancing beads.

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Ride On in all 3 of my bikes. Either haven't had a puncture or it works REALLY well at sealing. Balance is great! If it's really cold there can be a little "vibration" until it spreads, then the ride is very smooth. Warmer temps it's great from the get go.
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I've always just done the traditional weights on everything,but I think I'll try the "Ride On" from now on,especially since I have a slow leak in one of my car tires

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