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#13: 01-24-2013, 07:26 AM
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Originally Posted by coppertone View Post
... a little added snow through off my balance and caused a slight shake...
Originally Posted by pfoyle View Post
Do you knock the snow out of your RIMS? Snow in the wheel wells will cause it to rub, but snow IN you wheels is usually what causes the vibration (balance off)... ...Another member also suggested spraying the inside of the wheels with a silicone spray, to prevent snow buildup...
Originally Posted by Peaty View Post
Be careful with any type of silicone or other spray that is slippery around your brake pads. Your best bet, if you can manage it. Is to spray a rag away from the car, then wipe it on the inside of the rim or whatever you want to apply it on...

...snow pack in the rims during bad storms and throw the balance off...
Originally Posted by Wild Bill View Post
Definitely snow getting packed in the rims. ...
Originally Posted by Captain Ned View Post
... pack snow ... snow-induced imbalance.
Originally Posted by dgoodhue View Post
... it's pretty amazing how much vibration you can get on the highway from snow packed in the rims
Originally Posted by SCASEYS View Post
snow pack in the wheels and wheel wells
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