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Old 12-15-2012, 03:19 PM
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Get the tires & wheels ROAD FORCE BALANCED, it can only be done properly with a
Hunter Road Force GSP9700 Wheel Balancer



What i did instead was possibly a mistake, my steering wheel shook so bad that my arms would get tired on a longer trip
the dealership didn't do a balance correctly, they made all kinds of excuses
finally i had to tell them to STRIP ALL of the WEIGHTS & start from scratch
because i insisted on them doing it that way, i had to pay for the new weights
My Ram has driven vibration free ever since then
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