The balancing weights were put on when we got new tires in Arizona a couple of years ago. When we ordered our Centramatics for Lucy's new 16" wheels, it showed they were fore 15" wheels, but they are also for the 16" according to Centranatics.
Lucy only has about 1,200 miles since the Cebtramatics. We will report as the miloeage goes up.
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(Moose Tags, hope it's OK; I cut and pasted this photo of your wheel.)
I have a 19-foot Bambi with these wheels. Does anyone have the same setup, with Centramatics installed (i.e., will Centramatics work OK with these wheels)?
The rims on our 2006 30' Classic appear to be of the type shown in your picture, and Centramatics fit on them.
F. A. Meloy
2006 30' Classic
Dexter hydraulic disc brake system
Centramatics wheel balancing & Dill TPMS
Hensley hitch & Maxim skylights
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I have recently read on another link about Dexter Nev-R-Lube Bearing Information that indicates issues with non-zero offset wheels--- resulting in their bearing to fail. Not knowing much about the centramatics, it would seem that their incorporation would result in offset. For those of you that have centramatics, have you noticed any change in wear behavior on your bearings or have you had any unexpected bearing failures?
I would also be interested in how much offset results.
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