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At Best Buy Auto Equipment, we help automotive business owners locate the equipment they need at prices they can afford. Regardless of what size wheels you typically work with, we have a wheel balancer to suit your needs. We offer a wide variety of wheel balancers, all made by some of the best brands in the automotive equipment industry. Wheel balancing is an essential service that can help you generate business and maximize profit. We carry both static and dynamic wheel balancing models to choose from. Shop from our selection today to browse models made by Coats, CEMB, Dannmar, Hofmann, K&L, Nationwide, Ranger, Atlas and much more.
Our selection of wheel balancers features a model for motorcycles, standard size cars, trucks, heavy-duty vehicles, and everything in between. Garages and repair shops that service vintage cars with very narrow wheels need wheel balancing equipment that is easy to use. Eliminate check spin errors and other inaccuracies by investing in a quality static wheel balancer made by Coats or CEMB. These affordable models will eliminate static imbalance, provide a smooth riding experience, and reduce tire wear caused by excessive vibrations.
In addition to static wheel balancing equipment, we also offer a wide variety of dynamic wheel balancing equipment. Dynamic wheel balancing is ideal for any modern wheels that are wider than four inches. They counteract rotational forces on both vertical and lateral planes. Many of our dynamic models feature digital-sensor technology for reliable consistency, fast floor-to-floor times, drive-check technology to improve rotational measurements, and space-saving designs. Our selection of wheel balancers has something for dealerships, garages, gas stations, service stations, or any kind of automotive business.
Shopping on a tight budget? We offer interest-free financing for up to six months on select products. You can submit your application today without any obligation to buy. Best of all, many of the products in this selection qualify for free shipping while supplies last. If you need any assistance along the way, we have an experienced and knowledgeable staff that is ready to answer any questions you may have. Call 1-800-647-7883 today to speak with one of our friendly representatives for further assistance or more information about wheel balancers.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best wheel balancer?
The wheel balancer best for you and your shop will depend on what type of vehicles you will be servicing. If you service cars, sedans, light trucks, and SUVs only, then you more than likely do not need the largest unit available. If you service commercial tricks regularly, then you'll need one that can work around the clock and on some of the largest commercial truck tires on the market today.
Wheel balancers that have consistently been reliable, well built, high-quality, and extremely precise while being used by mechanics and technicians are Atlas, Atlas Platinum, Ranger, Corghi, K&L, iDeal, Talyn, Hofmann, AMMCO, Coats, Nationwide, and CEMB USA.
What is wheel balance?
A wheel balance, or wheel balancing, is the process of equalizing the weight of the combined tire and the wheel assembly so that it spins smoothly at a high speed.
Wheels and tires are never the same weight all around. The wheel's valve stem hole will usually subtract a small amount of weight from one side of the wheel. Tires also have slight imbalances, whether from joining points or slight deviations. This usually translates into the vibration that can be felt and heard within a vehicle as well as leading to irregular damage and wear on tires.
How does a wheel balancer work?
The wheel that needs balancing goes onto a balancer's spindle through a center bore, and a metal cone is inserted to ensure the wheel is perfectly centered. The machine then spins at a very high speed to determine the heaviest point on the tire and will then inform the operator where and how many weights to place on the opposite side of the tire to compensate.
What is the difference between wheel alignment and wheel balancing?
Both wheel alignment and balancing are crucial for smooth rides and extending the life of tires, but wheel alignment and wheel balancing are very different.
Alignment involves the adjustment of the angles of the wheels themselves so they are perfectly parallel to one another and perpendicular to the ground while balancing identifies where wheel weights should be applied to counterbalance heavy spots.
Does wheel balancing affect alignment?
Having your wheels balanced by an experienced, licensed mechanic should not affect your wheel alignment.
The symptoms of misaligned tires and unbalanced tires are similar however, so it is difficult for most drivers to tell what the problem might be.