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Old 10-03-2010, 07:39 AM   #1
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Old 10-03-2010, 08:03 AM   #2
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Great product, fast shipping. Have used them in 22.5's (fronts) for over 200k miles and very happy. I carry an extra bag in case of a flat repair. Simply...they work!

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Old 10-03-2010, 08:21 AM   #3
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Awesome Invention

I put Dyna Beads into all six new tires that were installed back in April this year. Left for Alaska early in May and have driven over 8,000 miles since then with only one little issue. On the way up, I went to adjust the cold air pressure and on one inside dual tire, I could only get a little air through the stem. Obviously, there was a semi clog somewhere as a little air would escape when uncovered or the Schrader valve was removed.. I later had it checked at a tire shop in Eagle River, AK and they blew the small clog out of the stem. I had used filtered Schrader valves in each of the stems that I got from the Dyna Bead supplier but the clog wasn't there, it was farther down the stem, most likely at the tire side of the opening at the end of the stem. When using the 2mm beads, you really don't need the filtered Schrader valves but I wanted to use them anyway.

I will not use anything for balancing RV tires other than these beads. They are the greatest and very easy to install when putting on new tires. You choose the correct size bag, the number of ounces, from the list based on tire size. Then order one bag for each tire. The RV beads are all larger than the normal tire beads so make sure to specifically request RV Beads. I have 295/80R/22.5 tires and use 12 ounces in each tire. I purchased stock number RV-EZO121, 6 bags. You are supplied installation instructions which are very easy to follow. Simply open up the bag by removing the clamp at the top of the bag, place the bag into the tire at the bottom directly across from the valve stem, seat the beads and inflate to pressure. The beads fall out of the bag and the bag disintegrates into small particles not affecting any balancing problems. Make sure that the tire and inside of the wheel are both dry, otherwise if there is any moisture, the beads will clump up and cause balancing problems.

The beads are well worth the cost. I also installed Borg chrome tire stems at the same time. They are the best based on my research on the Internet.

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Thanks for the response and clarification. I'll be sure to specify the RV beads.
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