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Muddeprived i think you got these no? Somebody did lol Wat's the website thanks guys?

and if you have them do you like them?

I have 33x12.5x15 Super Swamper SSR TSL's that i put on my DC-1's and couldnt get the sticky weights to stick so i was looking at doing this:thumbsup:
 

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I am lucky so far with my setup, I just mounted up the tires on my wheels and didn't have to use any weights at all. It runs highway speeds no problem and without any vibrations.
 

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I love the airsofts in my tires. By far the best way to balance larger tires....


And they sound cool when coming to a stop....
 

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look and read the above article and it will tell you.
 

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Do you just use BBs or will pellets work just as well?
 

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a shot glass worth??? and it sounds like the plastic shot works better than steel??? i didn't read the whole thing but thats what i got out of it
 

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a shot glass worth??? and it sounds like the plastic shot works better than steel??? i didn't read the whole thing but thats what i got out of it
You need a certain amount of ozs in each tire and differt bbs weight different than other bbs so if you buy a thing of bbs if you can weight out 1 oz and go from there.
 

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the link didn't work.... but i can imagine what it says..

if a tire will take 12oz to balance out will it take 12oz of bb's??????
 

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I used BB's in my 35" SSR's before i lowered the Jeep. IIRC i used 10oz and although better it still had issues. Remember, a Swamper is known to be out of round in alot of cases right from the mold from what i have read on Pirate4x4.

I had forgotten to tell my tire guy about the BB's when i had the 33's mounted up. He was like WTF... :rofl:

Yeah, and the BB's always sounded like air brakes to me as you came to a stop and they would fall on the steel wheel.
 

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thats how mine are.. my street tires are old powerguard MTs and one takes like 13oz to get it close.. then i managed to debead the damn thing 3 days after having them balanced.. now its really outa balance..

would guys like us be better off using steel shot because we need so much wieght???
 

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thats how mine are.. my street tires are old powerguard MTs and one takes like 13oz to get it close.. then i managed to debead the damn thing 3 days after having them balanced.. now its really outa balance..

would guys like us be better off using steel shot because we need so much wieght???
the link is fixed.
 

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alright... i dunno if im just a freakin retard or what..
but i have 35x12.50x15 on 15x8in wheels.. i didn't see that combo anywhere on there lol
 

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Where it says rim width that is suppose to be tire width.


Tire Dia rim width Rim Dia Ply Rating Ounces

35 12.5 15 6 8
 
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