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Thread: Balancing 35's

  1. #11
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    Just take them to a shop and tell them to use the strip weights instead of the clips. BBs are for beadlocks. U should have no problem getting a set of mtr s balanced.

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    The real question is, is everything else on ur truck ready to handle 35s?

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    I have strip weights and centramatic wheel balancers. Works pretty well

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    i have the strip weights as well. though my tires were a pain to balance.
    2004 LJ - 4.25" Combo Lift on 35s

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    Strip weights it is. There a 4x4 specialist not too far from me. The rest of the truck isn't really set up to handle 35's but I dnt wheel too much and as stuff breaks il replace it with good parts that can handle it. I do have 4.56 gears tho so the gears and drivetrain can handle em

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xjbrianli View Post
    Strip weights it is. There a 4x4 specialist not too far from me. The rest of the truck isn't really set up to handle 35's but I dnt wheel too much and as stuff breaks il replace it with good parts that can handle it. I do have 4.56 gears tho so the gears and drivetrain can handle em
    Should've gone the other way first dude..

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    What more are you really gonna do to make it "ready" lol you've got the long arms, sye, 1 ton steering, trackbar, etc., you're fine.
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    Dnt have the money to put into a 30 right now. And forgot about the other stuff scott haha

 

 
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