After the car tires are tied, is the balance still used?

When a car is driving, it is sometimes very common to get caught. The tires of the car were tied, and it must be balanced after the repair. The wheel of a car is a whole made up of tires and wheels. However, due to manufacturing reasons, the mass distribution of the entire part cannot be made very uniform. When the car wheel rotates at a high speed, a dynamic imbalance occurs, causing the vehicle to shake and the steering wheel to vibrate while the vehicle is running. In order to avoid this phenomenon or to eliminate the phenomenon that has already occurred, it is necessary to make the wheel correct the balance of each edge portion by increasing the weight in a dynamic situation. The process of this correction is the dynamic balance that people often say. Tire repair is divided into internal compensation and external compensation. If it is repaired by simple external repair, it can be repaired without disassembling the tire. The method is relatively simple, and it is not necessary to balance the wheel after tire repair. Secondly, it is internal compensation. It is safer to make the tires in the tires. However, it is necessary to remove the tires and repair them from the inside. As a result, the original tire lead blocks need to be removed, so the wheels need to be balanced again after the repair. Otherwise, it will lead to such a phenomenon of jitter during driving. The repaired tires are preferably replaced with rear wheels. That is to say, if it is not necessary to remove the tire, it is not necessary, but if the tire is removed, the original weight balance will have no effect. In theory, it is necessary to do another balancing, but it is not feasible in many cases. Because the tire repair does not necessarily have equipment to balance, if you do not find the vibration when driving, you do not need to do it. If you find that the jitter is very strong (originally not shaking), you should do one.

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