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    Automatic Wheel and Tire Balancing System

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One kit will include everything you need to balance four tires on your Model T or Model A.

No more bubble balancing, no more stick on weights, and no more ugly solder wrapped around your spokes!

This kit comes with everything you need to install it (shown above), with the obvious exceptions of a cordless drill+bit, air compressor, and tire pressure gauge.

$59.99 + shipping anywhere in the U.S.A. 

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!!! FREE INSTALLATION HERE AT OUR SHOP !!!

Below are photos of dynabeads going into a front wheel on our 27 Fordor, and then the installation of the filtered valve core.  

I thought the car was fairly well balanced before, but I was SHOCKED at the difference.  We install and test every product we sell on here.  If it does not work exceptionally well, you won't see our name associated with it.

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Feedback from customers:

I did get to install the DYNABEADS  yesterday.  Today I finished on the new top on the '26 Runabout & went for a ride.

Yes I did notice the difference !!

At speed ( 35 or so ),  I would have a wallowing effect in the front, not affecting the steering or wheels.

Strange, but this movement seemed to wag  the front of the car.

I had this with both wood wheels & the wires.

Thought it was just a quirk of the car.

Today's ride was different......... that feeling was gone .

I dared to speed up & it was just as direct & calm of a ride as at 35 !!

The wire wheels aren't perfect.

There is some side  play in all of them.

The wheels bearings were recently greased.  even did the outer rear bearings & installed the Watts axel cup seals.

Dynabeads has proved  effective in balancing the whole wheel/tire rotating assembly.

Money well spent.  Thanks again for being the professional.    - Bob J.


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Thank you for purchasing the DynaBeads Wheel Balancing System.  We’ve tried to put together a kit for you that is easy to use and includes everything you need to install it.  If you have any trouble or an idea on how to improve this product, please call or email us. 

You will need:

Your DynaBeads Kit

A tire pump

A tire gauge for the proper pressure

A drill and 1/8” “jobber length” bit

A car jack- if you plan on doing this on the car

 

Instructions:

 

You are going to be pouring these beads into the valve stem.  The first step is to remove the valve core using the tool provided.  Once all the air is out, spin the wheel so the valve stem is at the top. 

 

Use your Drill to ream out the valve stem, be very careful not to let the drill spin the valve stem!  Don’t drill too deep, just enough to clear the path for the beads to go in.  Rap on the side of the stem with your finger to get the crap out.  You will probably get some brass and some rubber that falls out.  Make sure you drill past the point where the stem meets the tube, it’s a sticking point for the beads.  You also need to drill the end of the applicator bottle cap, or clip it off.  Use restraint, you only want a small hole in the end.

 

Cut the corner off the bead bag and pour it into the empty bottle.  Cap the bottle and set it aside. 

 

Thread the hose onto the valve stem.  Locate the valve stem at the bottom, and then connect the bottle to the other end.

 

As you pour the beads in, try to only let one bead go in at a time, it will clog if you send them in beside each other or if you rush the process.

 

If (when) you get a clog, rotate the wheel until the beads fall back to the bottle and try again.

      

 

When all the beads are in the tire, move the valve stem above the “8 or 4 o’clock” position and give it a quick blast of air to ensure no beads are in the stem.  Install the new filtered valve stem and put your original away as a spare.   Pump up your tire to whatever the recommended pressure is, it’s written on the side of your tire.

         

 

Congratulations, you just completed one tire!

 

Repeat the steps above on the other three tires.

 

 

 

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