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Old 05-02-2013, 03:38 AM   #1
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16" Pro-Comp Balancing and Clearance Question

I am looking at buying some 16" Pro-Comp 7032's. I usually mount and balance my own tires at a buddies shop using hammer-on weights. However, It appears that stick-on wheel weights will have to be used on the outer side (looks better anyway). Has anyone ran into clearance issues between stick-on weights and the calipers?

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Yes on the front the caliper will knock off sticky weights with a 16" rim if they are thick at all. I use the hammer weights to the inside of my rim!
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Thanks. So you use no weights (stick on or hammer on) on the outside at all? Conventional Balancing or Road Force Balancing?
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Thanks. So you use no weights (stick on or hammer on) on the outside at all? Conventional Balancing or Road Force Balancing?
I have nothing on outside of wheel. Done both balancing, conventional I have better luck with these mudd tires.
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Sounds Great. Thanks.
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