If wheels aren't balanced they'll vibrate when they're rotating at speed. This can be unpleasant and can even increase wear on tires and suspension.
Yes. All four wheels need to be balanced.
It could be from a worn out U-Joint on the drive shaft or it could be one or both of the rear wheels are out of balance.
If the front wheels are on a tow dolly, the rear shaft will need disconnected.If the front wheels are on a tow dolly, the rear shaft will need disconnected.
it keeps it's balance straight
I'd first check the balance of the rear wheels at a local tire shop. The one with the computer balancer. If the wheels are okay, then the rear axle bearings might be worth a check. The rear wheels also might need aligning though that's a tire issue. Not often, the wheel itself may be defective or the tire.
It is what the rear wheels bolt to.It is what the rear wheels bolt to.
yes, you might need to get a new rear wheel deck adjusting system. make sure it's for large rear wheels
Yes, If the car is rear wheel drive you have to have the rear wheels on the dollie. Front wheel drive you need the front wheels on the dollie
Only if your towing the vehicle by the rear wheels. If you are towing by the front wheels you do not need to unlock the steering wheel.
You don't need to, but it's a good idea. You will get a smoother ride.
it can if it is a manual transmission and is left in neutral. if it is an automatic you need to know if it is front or rear wheel drive. If its front wheel drive you need to lift the front wheels off the ground and if its rear wheel drive you have to lift the rear wheels off the ground.
The rear wheels need to be in the air, or the drive shaft removed.
That means your brakes are going out and you need to get new ones.
That depends. If you want the front wheels on the ground and the rear wheels to be on the dolly, then no. If you want the rear wheels on the ground and the front wheels on the dolly, then yes, absolutely. You will need a 12 mm 12-point wrench or socket to remove the bolts holding the driveshaft yoke to the companion flange on the rear diff. Hope this helps.
yes, it will burn tranny up. if its not all wheel drive why can't you tow it from the rear
Side of van along the frame Behind front wheels and in front of rear wheels Side of van along the frame Behind front wheels and in front of rear wheels Side of van along the frame Behind front wheels and in front of rear wheels
You don't need to unplug anything. You'll either need to tow it with the rear wheels raised, and the front wheels on the ground, or you'll need to remove the driveshaft if you intend on towing it with the back or all four wheels down.
Corvette and Camaro wheels will fit a Blazer, direct bolt on. Some might need spacers in front or/and rear.
Because they not only need to support the weight of the truck itself - but also the load the truck is carrying.
the rear wheels don't need to be disconnected from anything, they are already free wheeling.
You need to adjust the cable on the brake.
Alignment rack, need 4 wheel alignment done
rear wheels are probably toed out and need an alignment
On the rear wheels, it's the axle.
All Laced wheels on Harleys are tubed, the tires are tubeless, but you need a tube AND rim strip on laced wheels