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Old 04-10-2008, 09:51 PM   #11
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130.00 WOW well if my 40.00 RFB did the trick I wont know for sure till tomorrow, at any rate it will make me realize the tires are fine ! The one tire balance was off according to the RFB and I just had it done a day ago on a regular Hunter balancer, so which was was right the RFB or the regular balancer on the spin balance ?

I assume the RFB is more percise even on just the spin balance without the road force being applied.Mkes you wonder though....This could drive one nuts
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