This rings a bell. I may go looking for a dealer who sells wire
wheels. My wheels don't run true3 on the local dealer's balanceing
machine but do on the car.
Also, I've had two flats on the front since I bought new tires and
tubes. One was an unexplained pinhole in the side of the tube. The
other was a separation of the tube itself. Thjought I was doing the
right thing when I bought new tubes....
Chris Attias wrote:
> Do you have a dealer with the right balancer adapter for wires?
> Also, buy the best tubes you can. The last ones I got were made by
> Michelin. Got them from British Wire Wheel in Santa Cruz, CA. And
> check the insides of the tire for rough spots that may poke at the
> tube. Tubeless tires today can be pretty rough inside.
> Chris Attias
> Aptos, CA
> '64 MGB