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    seen a pad steel to rotor DUHHHHhhhhhhh
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    Nice job there

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    Steel to steel is the at home resurfacing kit.
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    Saves on the pad wear I guess
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    Sorry for the side track question...How much/many AirSoft plastic BBs goes into a Motorcycle tire? How about a car tire?

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    here is my balancing chart i use for dyna beads

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    Hi Guys, will be buying new tires soon,and was wondering is it better to go to the high side with the beads? Thanks Gerard
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    Quote Originally Posted by RAFster122s View Post
    Sorry for the side track question...How much/many AirSoft plastic BBs goes into a Motorcycle tire? How about a car tire?

    Thanks!

    David
    I use 1-2 oz front and 2-3 oz rear and that seems to work well...

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