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Road Force Balance Story

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by sandjunkie, Nov 4, 2010.

  1. Nov 4, 2010 at 4:50 PM
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    sandjunkie

    sandjunkie [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Vehicle:
    2011 DC 4X4 TRD Sport
    RCD Lift, Custon Alcan Leafs, Ballistic Jesters, Duratracs 285/70/17,Fold-a-Cover Elite G4 Tonneau, Black Grill Emblem, Sock Monkey Yeti Decals, Tundra 4x4 emblem sprayed black, Debadged, LED interior, Xenon Depot 6000K HID Headlights, Xenon Depot 3000k Fogs with Lamin-X Coating, Borla Exhaust - Chopped, Weathertecs, Custom Katzkin Leather TRD Interior.
    I got my RCD lift with 285 70 17 Duratracs put on last week. I had some vibration and a bit of steering wheel shake between 45-55 mph. I researched the road force balancing and I decided to give it a try. Part of me thought this might be the issue due to an immense amount of wheel weight added to one of the back tires. I had the road force done and they were able to tremendously reduce the amount of weight needed to balance. The results were incredible. The truck is completely back to it's stock smoothness. No wheel shake at all and the alignment done after the lift was spot on. I am so happy with the results. I am really picky and was really doubting my decision to cut into a 2 week old truck to start modding. The end result is exactly what I had hoped.
     
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