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|10th May 2005, 20:00||#1|
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Are wheel Balancing Weights normal on a new showroom car?
This was something which striked me. I had never noticed it before. Last week I visited Automotive, Nerul with a friend for some enquires.
The Baleno in the showroom had weights attached to the rear wheels. Is this normal?
I thought new cars should be in mint condition. Is this a manufacturer problem or a dealer problem?
|11th May 2005, 10:40||#5|
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Yup they need to balanced in any case-
What happens is that harldy any wheel and tyre combination is ever balnced, so this needs to done to any new/old car or wheels.
Just think of it as a fine tuning after manufacture.
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