Dyna Beads offers Tire Balancing Solutions

Wheel weights have been around for many years, but are no longer the only solution for trucks, commercial vehicles, trailers, aircraft and motorcycles. We want you to get the highest possible tire mileage by using our products.
The way we do this is by offering a
Dynamic Balancing Solution, a high-density ceramic bead that, when easily installed, continuously balances your tires as you drive. The amount of material will distribute itself in weight and position dependent on the balance requirements of the individual tire.
The result is a smooth, vibration-free ride, derived from our balancing media that is always repositioning itself as the tire wears. If you own a pickup truck, commercial truck, motorhome, RV, tractor trailer, motorcycle, or similar vehicle, and want to get rid of those wheel vibration and tire cupping problems, then you need to move up to Dyna Beads®!
Motorcycles ride s-m-o-o-t-h with Dyna Beads®!You simply won't believe the ride...
  • Glass smooth ride, every time, all the time.
  • Dramatically longer tire life
  • No rebalancing
  • No spoke or rim weights
  • Eliminates tire cupping.
  • Easy to install

Motorcycle applications are easy for all bikes, 2 wheel or 3 wheel
Front
80 - 120 mm tire width
1 oz

80 - 120 mm tire width (BMW Telelever only)
2 oz
130 mm tire width
2 oz

Rear
130 mm - 240 mm width
2 oz

250 mm - 360mm tire width
3 oz
195 - 205 car tires on the rear
3 oz
Scooters
10" diameter wheels (scooters)
1 oz

12" & Up diameter wheels (scooters)
2 oz

Dual Purpose / Off Road with Rim Locks
Front - 80 - 120 mm tire width
2 oz
Rear - 130 -230 mm width
3 oz
Rim Locks - add one ounce over what you normaly use for that size tire to accomodate the additional weight of the rim lock. Two rim locks opposite each other don't require any more Dyna Beads other than stated above, as they have a tendency to cancel each other out.

Note: Filtered valve cores do not fit all stems. They require a seat 1-1/4" down in the stem. If you cannot use them, simply rotate the tire so the valve stem is about the 6:00 position, then give the valve stem a quick shot of air prior to checking pressure.