Originally Posted by 01_ranger_4x4
just because they were balanced when you got the tires doesnt mean anything. ive had to have tires re-balanced several times after they were mounted. discount tire had to re-balance my tires about 5 times before they got it right the last time i purchased wheels/ tires from them. all im saying is that before you start throwing money at something that you have no clue whether it will fix the problem or not why dont you just bring it back to the tire shop and ask them to re balance the tires. they will probably do it for free.
It's a good point, my only problem is that I don't really trust my mechanic because the first thing he did wrong was let me drive away from his shop with my wheels loose. And doesn't see to be much help with my aftermarket wheels.
Also, I didn't buy new tires, I bought new wheels. And the wheels are not hub centric which is notorious for causing vibrations (which I've learned after I invested in these things)
American Racing isn't helpful and none of the local shops in my area listed on their website wants to help with these hub centric rings.
I'm pretty much lost at this point...