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how many miles u got on with dynabeads? what kind of tires? and last question.. would you be willing to open one of the tires up?

i unmounted my ground hawgs today, and noticed that the dynabeads (correct amount) ate away a fairly decent amount of rubber in the center of the tire, and with not many miles at all - figure about 5 months..

want to see how its working out for others as well. although they were pricy, i don't think i want to risk killing my tires, and with time i don't see how that Won't happen..

so, any takers?
 

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not doing to. it seems equal would work in a perfect environment, but its never perfect inside our tires. to fix that you need to go bigger, but with bigger there is contact and wear.

i really thought dynabeads would be perfect, wouldn't even think that those tiny ceramic beads are pretty much like running sand.

i'm going to try and make some of those eccentric (or whatever) ones that mount axle/wheel and have dynabeads on the inside.

then again, with the hydro a$$ist, the truck doesn't wobble that horribly anymore. once i get some better rear shocks it will only improve, since i'm running carquest specials :D:

but i want to see if this is true or if my ground hawgs were an odd-ball..
 

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groundhawgs are notorious for bein screwed up, bosco has 3 i think go out of round on him, ive got a set of 40x17's that do not in any way roll straight
 

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i'm going to try and make some of those eccentric (or whatever) ones that mount axle/wheel and have dynabeads on the inside.


those work great. they will keep your tire balanced up to i think 7 or 8 oz. off. the only flaws in them is when at slow speeds they make an annoying scchhhhhhhhhhh sound from the beads rolling across aluminum, and they can be seen through most rims if your concerned with cosmetics....but then again you dont even have a grill :flipoff:
 

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go to hell :flipoff: i'll get around to putting one on. honest.. :D:

thanks for the feedback. i heard they're pricy as fawk - any idea on the cost of what they can be had for??
 

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On 2005-12-03 19:05, Spawn_X wrote:
go to hell :flipoff: i'll get around to putting one on. honest.. :D:

thanks for the feedback. i heard they're pricy as fawk - any idea on the cost of what they can be had for??

yea they are quite pricy, they are about $400 for front and rear....but they work and last forever, if you buy new tires down the road they are reusable. im taking a guess but i think centramatic.com is a company that sells them.


.....maybe you should just stick to getting a bling bling billet aluminum grill first :flipoff:
 

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On 2005-12-20 08:11, Spawn_X wrote:
ttt, what, no one else using dynabeads? jason?

havent had to pull my beadlocks apart to have a chance to look
 
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