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Old 06-27-2018, 06:08 AM   #21
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Hubcentric can be fine if the technician is attentive enough to be sure the wheel runout is correct.
I have my own tire equipment and have not purchased a lugcentric adapter, they are several hundred dollars.
Sometimes it can take several mountings to get the wheel correctly mounted, but it can be done.
I always balance my trailer tires just to stay on point....lol
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Old 06-27-2018, 12:03 PM   #22
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the only way

Local truck company wanted 22 dollars a tire for lug centric balancing. So best next solution is Centramatics, rebalances every time you move the trailer, can be used for multiple tire changes and can be moved to the next trailer you buy. Yes yes yes a little expensive but balance your tires twice and add in the hassle factor and add in the price of balancing the next set of tires lug centric, it`s cheap, always works no errors from Ted the tire guy on a hangover. Go to Centramatic.com for the Info
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