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|Subject: Dyna Beads Sun May 06, 2012 12:48 pm|| |
did a search but no info on balancing beads. (Dyna Beads)
I think this is the proper forum for asking for opinions.
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|Subject: Re: Dyna Beads Sun May 06, 2012 7:55 pm|| |
One of the nearby motorcycle shops here swears by it. They put in in all wheels when tire is replaced, added it to one of my tires when I needed a new front. I didn't notice any difference, I guess it just worked.
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|Subject: Re: Dyna Beads Mon May 07, 2012 7:42 am|| |
Not read any reports that would convince me to use the product.
Rather use some proprietary tyre sealant such as 'PunctureSafe' or the like. Does a similar function in addition to reducing the risk of anything short of a traumatic puncture.
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|Subject: DB Mon May 07, 2012 8:05 am|| |
- viclavigne wrote:
- I guess it just worked.
That's my reaction as well. The shop used Dyna-Beads with my most recent tire change and the shop owner thinks they're great. I have had no issues since then. Maybe they made a big difference; maybe new tires made the difference. If the shop owner wants to use them again next time, no problem.