How to Use a Tire Spin-Balancing Machine?

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To use a tire spin-balancing machine, secure the tire to the engine using the wedge-shaped metal donuts surged into the hole of the rim and the spin-on bolt, enter the wheel size info, choose dynamic balance by pressing the 'mode selection' button until the 'dynamic' light is highlighted, lower the hood and allow the tire to spin until the machine stops the spinning, raise the hood and spin the tire until the display shows the tire as being top-dead-center, and then spin the wheel again by lowering the hood
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