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I saw and add for Dyna Beads when I was ordering my new tires has anyone tried them and do they really work better than balance weights like the add says?

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Yes I have them in my 84 Aspy. They work great. Everytime you stop an restart your tires are rebalanced. So no matter how the tire wears it's always balanced. The local Honda shop even sells them.

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2 oz in each tire on a 1500?

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2 oz in each tire on a 1500?
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http://www.innovativebalancing.com/motorcycle.htm

This is the manufacturer's website


They have a chart showing how much to put in motorcycle tires.

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Forgot to mention, my ST1100 has a 2 oz bag of Dyna Beads in each tire. The bag disintegrates after a mile or so.

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Put them in my new front tyre last month.

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I am sold on them, I had dealer put them in last year when I had new E3's put on. We have been all over this summer on long and short trips and no problems at all. I maintain my tire pressure and with the beads I have no uneven wear at all. I will continue using them.
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Forgot to mention, my ST1100 has a 2 oz bag of Dyna Beads in each tire. The bag disintegrates after a mile or so.

Rode real smooth from Arkansas to home here in Arizona.
Hey John,,,,,,,, do you get your "bag" of beads from a dealer, or off the net?? Would you have a link??

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The only problem with beds are they can get stuck in the valve stem,
they make a mess when changing and most of all when you travel you have
to put air which puts moisture causing then to clump together and not work.
try centramatics they work very well buy them once never have to take off or balance tires.
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