Weights for Steel Wheels

Weights for Steel Wheels


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5g Standard Steel Weight For Steel Wheels - Coated 100
£5.79
£5.21 each
10g Standard Steel Weight For Steel Wheels - Coated 100
£7.44
£6.40 each
15g Standard Steel Weight For Steel Wheels - Coated 100
£8.27
£7.44 each
20g Standard Steel Weight For Steel Wheels - Coated 100
£9.93
£8.33 each
25g Standard Steel Weight For Steel Wheels - Coated 100
£11.53
£10.43 each
30g Standard Steel Weight For Steel Wheels - Coated 100
£13.24
£11.92 each
35g Standard Steel Weight For Steel Wheels - Coated 50
£9.10
£8.19 each
40g Standard Steel Weight For Steel Wheels - Coated 50
£9.93
£8.93 each
45g Standard Steel Weight For Steel Wheels - Coated 50
£11.58
£10.43 each
50g Standard Steel Weight For Steel Wheels - Coated 50
£12.41
£11.17 each
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In order to ensure that your car has a smooth ride, one of the main parts of the vehicles that is going to need a lot of care is the wheels. These are the only part of the car that touch the ground, so it is hardly surprising that they would be so important in ensuring that the car operates as it ideally should. And a big part of making sure of that is using wheel balance weights, which is what we are going to look into in this article. What are wheel balance weights, and how are they used?

 

What Are Wheel balance weights?

Put simply, wheel balance weights are weights which you apply to wheels to ensure that they balance out much more evenly, and so help to ensure a smoother ride every time. Good wheel weights ensure that there is a compensation for any imbalance, which is also important when it comes to keeping safe on the roads too, as well as keeping the handling good. With the use of proper wheel weights used in the right way, you can be sure that your car is going to be able to handle the road better, and that you will feel much more in control of your vehicle at all times, compared to wheels that are out of balance with each other.


 

How Do You Use Wheel Balance Weights?

Generally, you first need to make sure that you have the right kind of wheel weights. That will depend on the wheel that you have and what you are driving. If you need balance weights for steel wheels, for instance, there is no use in using any other kind, so that is what you are going to have to focus on. Getting the right kind of weights will ensure that the weight can be beared as it needs to be, and this will enable you to use them to properly realign the balance of the wheels. Once you have chosen the right kind, you then need to make sure that you are using them properly.

 

That process will vary depending on the style you use, but often it is a case of using simple clip-on weights to get the wheels balanced out. Or you might want to look into using knock-on weights, which operate in a very similar way and are going to be just as likely to be effective. In either case, you will find that the results are the same, and the only difference is the ease of use.


 

The Effects

If you have properly applied the wheel weights, then you will find that the car is easier to drive in a straight line. There will be less of that vibration that you can often experience at high speeds with unsteady wheels, and you will feel a lot safer in your vehicle - as indeed you will be. Make sure that you are using the best wheel weights and that you get in touch with us today if you need any help in deciding.

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