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    Part of a video titled How to Balance Your Car's Tires - YouTube
    This thing works quite well I use a piece of marine plywood to have a good stable foundation put theMoreThis thing works quite well I use a piece of marine plywood to have a good stable foundation put the base on that then. I got the level balancing part and place it on the top. Then.

    How can I balance my tires without a machine?

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