I need some one locally to do this. discount is the only place i could find and they want way too much any ideas?
If you make a trip out to Mesa, I know the manager at one of the discount tire stores. He can probably give a pretty good deal.
He is the one that got me my wheels.
Last edited by Ritschy; 07-11-2007 at 11:47 PM. Reason: P.S.
'08 Jeep GCSRT8, Red Rock, 180 T-stat, 4" Bwoody CAI, BT Catch Can, PPP Stage II heads, custom cam, SW long-tube headers w/ hi-flow cats
'06 Dodge Magnum R/T, Black, Vortech Supercharger, Custom cam, Borla 140125 aggressive cat-back, 22" Foose Nitrous wheels (Sold)
When I get my store, Pep Boys, I should be able to hook you up but it might be the next rotation. Gonna be at least 2 months.
It would depend on what type of balance they are doing, if they are doing a road force varience balance... those are expensive( about $100) but if done right, you can balance a rim and tire with almost no weight... we did this once when I worked for Discount... balanced a set of tires on a salt racer... he set the world record in the stock sedan class at 224.something mph... ( infinity Q45) he reported no vibrations...
Currently: "Vanessa" 2006 Charger R/T with all kinds of little details and a unique red bee stripe... just passed 100k milestone!!!
discount wants 60$ id pay 30 no prob but most places wont do a 22" wheel