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Video on why Ford's chrome clad wheels are costing you money and damaging your tires

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This video will show you why your chrome clad wheels are not balancing and why the chrome clad wheels are a poor engineering design by Ford.

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Outstanding video, Mac. I would have never thought about this.

 

Wonder if it would be feasible to seal the gap with silicone or something? I've never had a problem with mine, but still good information.

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Looks like I may have a new client in Indianapolis. Anywhere near your stomping grounds?

 

Outstanding video, Mac. I would have never thought about this.

Wonder if it would be feasible to seal the gap with silicone or something? I've never had a problem with mine, but still good information.

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So, my common sense meter says to leave it dirty. Once it fills with dirt the weight difference shouldn't change much... in theory.

Now that you cleaned it and balanced it, once you drive it and it gets dirty it's going to be WAY out of balance.

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