Looked at both brands and opted for the Balance Masters. Purchased them direct from the company for 175. per pair. Either one, make sure you get the front ones designed for disc brakes. I had them installed last week in Sacramento, 20. per wheel for install and pre-balance.
My assumption is they are working, but I do not realize any noticable difference in the run out. I was'nt having any problem before, so I guess in my case they will prevent any un-balance situation occuring.
One thing I did learn....... make sure the shop puts each wheel back in the original position. I got about an hour up the road and noticed my coach had a strong pulling the the right requiring about a ten-oclock position on the wheel to go straight. When I checked all the pressures I noticed they had switched left to right. Couldn't get back to the shop as they were closed and wasn't until the next day that I found another shop to switch them back. Seems like this would not make any difference as these tires are not the directional type, and I could not notice any abnormal wear pattern. After getting them put back everything was fine.
These coaches are a on-going learning curve....
........ Keep the rubber side down
Walt / Julie Darden
2004 Alpine 40FDTS