Thanks for the infoDynabeads are a good solution for those hard core rock crawlers with tires that are beat, gouged, tore and with uneven wear.
If you have nice wheels and tires, go with a good stick-on weight and have them balanced by a tire shop that is familiar with balancing tires in your size.
Quick question then ill stop nagging you lol.There’s a fair amount of weight on there, but two years in, they’re still well balanced.
No worries at all! I’m happy to talk about the wheels!Quick question then ill stop nagging you lol.
How does your jeep handle these heavy beasts? I guess technically they are mabye only 10-20 pounds heavier per tire so I wouldn't imagine you noticed any issues
I swapped rims at the dealership thought they flashed and adjusted for bigger tires and turns out they never did learned that when I went for my first service and I was getting 12-14. Needless to say I was slightly pissed. So I bought the stuff for the Jscan app and now I'm getting 17.5 if it stays around there I'll be ok with thatNo worries at all! I’m happy to talk about the wheels!
i wouldn’t say I noticed a difference. My gas mileage isn’t great, but I don’t know that I’d blame the heavy wheels for that. I really don’t think you can go wrong with these wheels.