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On Vehicule Wheel Balancing System


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I´ve always balance my tires, with the tires mounted on the car and the result is suberb, no vibration from the steering at all. Each time I balance the tires out of the car with the balacing machine, the result was´t great, there was always some vibration left.

But this was on my Boxster, that didn´t had the LSD( Limited slip diferencial). My 996 has LSD, and I was adviced not to make the balacing with the tires on the car on the rear axle because I could damage the LSD. I believe they can be right but I want to be sure of this information, can you experts confirm me this?

I´ve balance the 996 tires on normal machine, and like Boxster, the vibration is still there arghhhhhh

Round here there´s no Hunter 9700 machine, so the on vehicule wheel balancing is the most accurate.Thanks for your help.

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I've had good luck with wheel balancing off the car, but, you should find a balancer that has equipment that will do a two plane dynamic balance AND that can be set to balance to units of a gram, not just the once.

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