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Old 11-18-2012, 06:40 AM
c3uo c3uo is offline
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My experience is that fat spots will go away in the first 10 minutes of driving. I'm pretty much 100% confident your tires need to be road force balanced.

First thing you could do is move the front tire with all the weights to the rear. You should then feel the vibration in your seat but not the steering wheel. I would then find a vendor with a hunter GSP 9700 machine and get the tire road force balanced. They may spin the tire 180 degrees on the rim.

I had this issue on my Acura MDX and chased it at three different tire shops until I had it road force balanced. The machine will also tell you if the tire is bad and then the tire company will replace it based on the printout from the hunter machine.

http://www.gsp9700.com
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