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Old 01-01-2013, 10:09 AM   #15
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I have used Dyna Beads in all 6 coach tires which are Michelin's (front) Bridgestone's (rear) size 295/80R/22.5 and also in my four cargo trailer tires which have dual torsion axles. Those are 16 inch standard truck tires.

I have put over 32,000 miles on the combo rig since installation of the Dyna Beads. There hasn't been one problem, vibration or rough ride EVER.

Dyna Beads will NOT work on autos or SUV's tires because of the dynamics of the tires/wheels normally used in their applications. They will also NOT work on trailer axles that are fixed with no torsion or independent suspensions.

Here is the web site and FAQ's where all of your questions will be answered.

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Everyone can choose whatever system works for them. However, people who call themselves "professionals" should keep their "professional opinions" to themselves and let people decide for themselves. If it doesn't work for them so be it.

I trust my own judgement once I have tried something. It either works for me or it doesn't. I will let people know what HAS worked for me or what has NOT. And then let them make up their own minds as to what they should do.

Just my opinions.

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Old 01-01-2013, 10:43 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Ed-Sommers View Post
I never, as a rule, take the word of industry "experts" on anything! Not that they would lie, but their own biases and/or testing practices probably differ than MY true life use come into conflict.

I once was buying some paint pads for a project I had when a guy next to me told me that I was wasting my money. I asked if he was a professional painter, to which he answered that he was a professional. My reply was that he being a "professional" prevented him from understanding the true value of PADS because he neither wanted, not expected proficiency, and easy of job because he was Unionized. He said nothing and walked away.

I had learned the value of Pad's, and even old rags from "Mary Soo", and her girl helpers in Hong Kong, whom could paint an entire Navy ship (for food scraps) in the time Sailors were just starting! And I'm talking about from the tip of the Mast to the water line.

I agree about experts!

However, I wonder if "Mary Soo" bought her Pads with food scraps?......
(I am overwhelmed by the generosity of the U.S. Navy).

As for the professional who walked away, sometimes that is the best/only way to react to a ridiculous statement.

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Anyone that tells me they are a Professional or an Expert or an Engineer makes the hair on my neck stand on end.

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