> I still think the best method is on-car balancing. That way you balance not
> only the wheel and tire, but all the rotating components. Although rare, it
> is possible to have a brake drum or hub be out of balance enough to cause
> problems. And this also points out any problems with distorted hubs, etc.
I can attest to the fact that hubs and brake rotors can be out of
balance. I don't have wire wheels -- I started out with steel and
graduated to alloy. I chased a 60 MPH shimmy for a long time, through
two sets of wheels, and I was only able to get rid of it by replacing my
front brake rotors.
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