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Old 04-03-2009, 03:37 PM   #1
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Default Balancing Buttons question

It seems to me, that if you use one balance button up front, and one in the back, you are only balancing your car right to left, with zero balance front to back. Is that right? Am i missing something?
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Thats correct your only balancing the car side to side.
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Corner balancing is balancing every corner. This is a long, arduous process that is probably not worth the time unless you enjoy tinkering around with your suspension and chassis weights at length.
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