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Old 01-29-2013, 11:05 AM
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Look up that Hunter equipment or use the locator page and call one of them. They are very popular in the tire world. The machine uses a roller to simulate the tire on the ground under load. One of my tires had to be rotated to balance the heavy spots. I replaced the tires, yoke, all the bearings, new housing, new drums, new drive shaft and jacked the pinion angle up and down 1/2 degree at a time from 3 up to 3 down and the vib was always the same. I did runouts on wheels and axles and drive shaft and all was okay. I spent a lot of time and money before this $24 fix. I would guess that one of the Weld wheels is heavy on one side and the 29x18 wide Mickey radials don't help.
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