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Old 07-01-2014, 08:03 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by Dr4Film View Post
Junk yards have scales, moving van company's have them also.
I recently found that the local feed store/coop also has one. Very convenient to use and they charged only $5.00.

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The right tire pressure - WOW!

Originally Posted by jadatis View Post
If that way makes the balance of the vehicle better is the question, but you already experienced in the racing that riding gets better then.

But then again, does the riding gets better because of the more even pressure on wheels or the more the same deflection of the tires.

Il bet on the second.
Actually proper corner weighting is essential for vehicle handling and tracking, and less about ride quality. If the corner weights are substantially off, the vehicle will steer differently to the left as compared to the right because the roll resistance is different, and no amount of alignment or add-on equipment will fix that fundamental flaw.

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