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Old 10-10-2010, 07:46 PM   #16
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Does balancing RC wheels make that big of a difference? There are so many imperfections in the track, I doubt you would notice the effect of a slightly unbalanced tire. I think people worry too much about this..that is my personal opinion



balancing is IMO 100% Critical, your drive line bearing's and shaft's will thank you in the end.

Lead tape or Putty will work pending what your trying to do.
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