How Often Should I Balance my Tires?


Most manufacturers have a recommended interval to rotate tires. This can vary from 4000-10000 miles. Since the tires are already off the vehicle it makes sense to go ahead and balance them as well. Of course if you are experiencing noise or vibration you should have them immediately looked at, also any tire that has been repaired or patched should be rebalanced
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There is no schedule for tire balancing; it is completely dependent on usage and need. For the averages, a tire can survive for its entire life without the need for balancing again;
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