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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Wheel balancing
Posted by: Andrew Craig
Date/Time: 14/08/15 11:27:00

If you don't plan any Mway journeys soon I would just take it to a flat bit of tarmac at a quiet time eg Sainsburys car park before closing and just check the tracking at different speeds , 10 15, 20 by straightening up then releasing grip on steering and checking if there is any pulling or movement to left or right over a short distance. That will give you an idea. Tracking alignment seems to be all computer checked these days and they will need raise it on some equipment and I think from my memory when my suspension was refitted last year it needed retracking and they were happy to charge over 120, which is nice for them I suppose.
You probably hit your nearside wheels, near side = near the kerb. Offside = drivers side off/away from kerb

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Wheel balancing14/08/15 10:32:00 Elizabeth Ross
   Re:Wheel balancing14/08/15 10:40:00 Richard Jennings
      Re:Re:Wheel balancing14/08/15 10:51:00 Elizabeth Ross
         Re:Re:Re:Wheel balancing14/08/15 11:16:00 Timothy Reid
         Re:Re:Re:Wheel balancing14/08/15 11:27:00 Andrew Craig
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheel balancing14/08/15 11:38:00 Andy Pease
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheel balancing14/08/15 15:44:00 Elizabeth Ross
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Wheel balancing14/08/15 15:51:00 Richard Greenhough

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