Roadforce Balancing to Service
Traditional tire balancing is important for eliminating vibrations caused by imbalances in a vehicle’s tires and wheels. However, traditional balancing has its limits. For example, it cannot measure the amount of force that a tire throws off while in motion and weighed down by the vehicle. That’s where road force balancing comes in. Road force balancing is where wheels or tires have pressure applied to them to mimic how the tire would perform under real on-the-road conditions. As a result, a road force balancer can measure the amount of force the tire can throw off.
Once you have a better understanding of what exactly road force balancing is, you can see its advantages in comparison to standard tire balancing. Here’s what auto mechanics need to know about road force balancing.
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