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Nice!
Almost time for me to blow the dust off the quads....

I want to rip off the new duratrac tires from the trailer and get them balanced too... since they are E rated I want to have them balanced..... even though the tire shop that installed them said it was a waste... pretty sure they just felt lazy and it was a Friday... I didn't argue because A. it saved me money at the time... and B. it was Friday, lol
Unless you're riding on your trailer, it's a waste of $$. The tires will dry rot and fall off before you ever have a chance to notice any benefit. I'd say if it were on the road 10+ thousands of miles per year, you might notice a difference, but probably never enough to pay for the balancing. Just my $0.02
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Unless you're riding on your trailer, it's a waste of $$. The tires will dry rot and fall off before you ever have a chance to notice any benefit. I'd say if it were on the road 10+ thousands of miles per year, you might notice a difference, but probably never enough to pay for the balancing. Just my $0.02
It won't affect how it tows? Even them being E rated heavy tires?

Zero wobble?

You know how picky I am....
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It won't affect how it tows? Even them being E rated heavy tires?

Zero wobble?

You know how picky I am....
If you have wobble, you have a non-balance issue. Tire, wheel, bearing, etc. Balancing only decreases centrifugal forces being out of control and reduces harmonic friction to the road surface.

Goodyear tires having a wobble? Surprising! What's not surprising? Saving 15% or more when you call Geico.

They all do that a smidge or two, but I've seen how you drive and the places you go. You may have a bent wheel.
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If you have wobble, you have a non-balance issue. Tire, wheel, bearing, etc. Balancing only decreases centrifugal forces being out of control and reduces harmonic friction to the road surface.

Goodyear tires having a wobble? Surprising! What's not surprising? Saving 15% or more when you call Geico.

They all do that a smidge or two, but I've seen how you drive and the places you go. You may have a bent wheel.
ha ha.... lol.

No, the wheels and tires are brand new... never used... bought and it went into storage for winter
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Hey WP, guess what I ordered today? One of these decked out like this, plus a new plow, but in camo. Selling the '16 on consignment. 850 twin, baby!



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Holy crap!

You get tracks too??



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Hey WP, guess what I ordered today? One of these decked out like this, plus a new plow, but in camo. Selling the '16 on consignment. 850 twin, baby!



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Thatís badass CC, canít wait for the day when I own another ATV.
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