Of course you do. You can't just balance them once and then expect that you won't get vibration in the steering wheel 2 years later. Uneven wear, flat spots, structural belt change, etc all can happen.You do not need to rebalance them with dedicated rims...............
I have no choice but to go around potholes. My TRDs are already becoming visibly damaged by the small ones, and being lowered on TRD springs, I've hit my front guard protector many times already (massive BANG sound), and hopefully haven't bottomed out yet.I swap tires on the same rims because I do not want to invest in a second set of rims so for me re-balancing is a MUST EVERY TIME. And I cannot avoid all the potholes and bad roads in my city. It seems they have just stopped repairing roads altogether. That is why I have to re-balance my tires almost monthly. Because I do not want to feel vibrations in my steering wheel.
The member jzh understands what I am talking about. It is possible to balance your tires, drive around have them become un-balanced quite quickly within a couple of months. That describes my case every time.
Besides, going around holes is too much hassle. Unless it is a crater (many of those exist in Toronto), I am too lazy to go around it.
lol, didn't expect any toyota owner to be on an altima forum XDi just saw your same post at altima furoms. lol
i don't think you need to balance it anymore. if you feel vibration then you need to balance it lol.
balancing your wheels every month is just a waste of money. my stock rims only got once when i got a new tires and its fine. no vibration. and when i switch to my 18" rims stored in 3 months and no vibration.
Yuck... if you wanted a good coupe, it's the 370z or the Genesis. Don't waste your money on crap like Altimas.thnx a lot for the inputs guys
lol, didn't expect any toyota owner to be on an altima forum XD
so wanna sell my Camry and get an Altima coupe:headbang: