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    Re: Highway Shake

    Not sure if using Road Force balancing but two different shops had similar results.

    Stopped by my usual tire place today (bought the KO2's while out of town) and owner said he will rotate them for free and see if that changes anything.

    I'll keep updating.

    Maybe help someone else out.


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    Re: Highway Shake

    so if a regular weight balance helped. a road force balance should improve it more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIESELWRKS View Post
    so if a regular weight balance helped. a road force balance should improve it more.
    I'm not familiar with that - can you explain?

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    Highway Shake

    Found this information online. Also an interesting video included with this article.

    https://techlink.mynetworkcontent.com/?p=7276


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    Quote Originally Posted by jgruberman View Post
    I'm not familiar with that - can you explain?

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    Road force balancing, sometimes called ride matching, is the most effective way to diagnose and resolve runout or force variation vibrations.

    A road force tire balancer uses a load-roller to simulate the force of the road and gather the combined uniformity of a wheel and tire package.

    This is what I could find on Google if it helps.

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    That sums it up.

    Pretty much balancing a tire with close to real driving conditions.

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    UNITEDSTATES MARINE CORPS 1993-2007
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    Regarding alignment...

    There is a good article from Thuren Fabrication regarding the correct alignment for solid axle trucks with solid tie rods.

    This is the alignment spec I run for my rig, I don't follow the Dodge spec that requires a certain amount of toe.

    Here is the article: https://www.thurenfabrication.com/te...-handling.html

    Also, I am running Cooper ST MAXX 315/70/17 tires and love them.

    I had Cooper ATP's before and liked those also.

    I run a D2 load on mine so I get same carrying power at a lower pressure, which makes it ride better.

    I don't tow too often, which is where an E load rated tire would be better.

    -Muzzy

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