At the point of sale, tires must be fitted to wheels with meticulous care and accuracy. That’s where we can help. Our selection of motorcycle wheel balancers includes a variety of best-in-class equipment at affordable prices. Nationwide wheel balancers are self-calibrating and dynamic with static or alloy capability. These state-of-the-art machines allow multiple operators to split function and perform diagnosis with ease. Their deluxe model is highly accurate, reliable, and designed to accommodate large rims up to 28 inches in diameter and overall wheel diameters up to 44 inches.
K&L motorcycle wheel balancers incorporate all the latest industry advancements. We offer economy models with a spring-loaded quick clamp wheel-mounting package that offers static balancing, as well as keypad data entry with in-house calibration and an array of display modes. Their hand-spun wheel balancers are designed for any size shop and will accurately balance motorcycle, automotive, or light truck tires with ease. Best of all, they come with built-in tool boxes and are available in multiple colors.
Motorcycle wheel balancers made by Talyn include digital-sensor technology that is accurate to within hundredths of an ounce. Coats balancers are best for low-volume balancing of OE fitments. Hofmann balancers are built for service stations and garages. CEMB balancers are engineered to eliminate all assembly inaccuracies. We also offer interest-free financing for up to six months on select models. You can submit your financing application without any obligation to buy! If you have any questions about this product selection or would like any assistance, please contact us today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do motorcycle wheels need balancing?
A: Yes, motorcycle wheels need balancing as much as car or truck wheels. Unbalanced wheels are a safety hazard, able to cause all kinds of accidents if they aren’t properly maintained. Protect your motorcycle wheels from uneven wear and protect yourself in the process.
Q: How do you balance a motorcycle wheel?
A: The first thing you need in order to balance a motorcycle wheel is a reliable motorcycle wheel balancer. You’ll have to remove your wheel from your motorcycle to place it onto the balancer. For specific instructions, please refer to your product manual.
Q: Do balancing beads work on motorcycles?
A: Yes, balancing beads work as well on motorcycles as they do on other vehicles. If you don’t know what balancing beads are, they’re tiny pieces of ceramic that go through your tire’s valve stem and magically balance the tire themselves by going to the lightest area of the tire. Make sure you check for specific instructions on how to use balancing beads in order to get the best results.