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Old 05-13-2004, 01:48 PM
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best place for wheel balance in VA?

I have 305/50/20 tires with special rims(needs stick on weights). Does anyone have any references for the best road force balance or high speed balance in Northern Virginia? I think this will solve my shimmy problem????
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Virginia Spring and Alignment in Arlington. When I used to live there they did a lot of performance specialized work etc. They did good work too.
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Thanks I will check them out.
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http://209.176.154.132/

This is the Hunter GSP9700 Road Force Balancer website. Type in your zip code, and you'll find the nearest facility that has their equipment.

Good luck! My Ford dealer here in Norfolk VA had the equipment, so I was lucky. Kramer Tire also has it. They wanted about $100 to RF balance and rotate my 4 tires, but Ford did it for me for free under warranty.
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Old 05-19-2004, 04:09 AM
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thanks, I will def check it out.
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