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Old 07-11-2013, 04:25 PM   #41
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This seems like the appropriate thread for this question. I am putting together atx bead locks on 37 inch kevlars tomorrow for my buddy in Afghanistan, for his jeep. Iv read a few ways on balancing them from air soft bbs to actual copper bbs I was curious what you guys have found to be the best way.
I've run this stuff for years. Balanced out 48" XML's and 42" Swampers no problem on my DD Jeep. I swear by it.

http://www.imiproducts.com/?gclid=CP...FSgV7AodVGEAVQ
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I've run this stuff for years. Balanced out 48" XML's and 42" Swampers no problem on my DD Jeep. I swear by it.

http://www.imiproducts.com/?gclid=CP...FSgV7AodVGEAVQ
thank you very much sir!
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Old 03-25-2014, 10:11 PM   #43
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Done some more research on this mythical beast. Seems these people have lots of REAL info on their site and coincidently the wheel I have my heart set on.

http://www.spyderlockwheel.com/wheel...yderlocks.html

Black on Black powder coated. 20" variety on my 35"s

disreguard the vehicle. Check out the wheels.

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Look sick, but at over 2k for a set... Yikes.

At that price you could buy a set of regular wheels you really like and have OMF convert them to real beadlocks.
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Anyone have any other good looking 20" bead locks links/? Considering pulling the trigger on them.
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Thanks. Took a look at his stuff. Not bad
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