They do their job, the adhesive seems very sticky. They are holding up well so far.
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While I prefer wheel weights that clamp on the rim, I keep these on hand to help friends who bring their tires by to get my help mounting them. As Billy Dee Williams says, they work every time.
Clean your wheel properly and they'll stay on forever
I already had the low profile but larger footprint adhesive weights but I needed something with a smaller footprint to fit the narrow lip of some motorcycle wheels. These were the ticket. Nice adhesive too.
Ride a dualsport bike. Asked my dealer to balance the rear wheel to get rid of the bounce on the road. Worked great on rear, but still had bounce in front when braking. Used same weights to do it myself. Bike now rides smooth on road, with no ill effects on dirt. Adhesive already on weights and keeps them on the rim. No lost weights.
Good product. Easy to install and gets the job done.
I have been mounting and balancing tires for over a year now and these are the only weights I use. Easy to apply. Stay where you put them and come off easy enough.
These weights work well. You'll have to use more of these compared to lead weights because they are less dense. Make sure to clean your wheel before applying these because they don't stick well if you've got any oil residue on the surface.
Bought these for off-road bike to balance out my wheels..I cleaned the rims properly but they didn't even hold over night sitting in my garage..I have these on my r1 so they do work on street bike but not for off-road...I went to a crimp on style spoke type. They work well..
lead is better but these work
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Question asked by Ckep
Question:Q: Will these weights be suitable for a 2016 Can Am Spyder RS rear wheel? If not, what do you recommend?! Thanks and I look forward to hearing back from you soon! Have a great afternoon!Question asked Over 11 months ago
Question answered by Trevor GearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 11 months agoAnswer: A: These should be sufficient. I would consult a Can Am mechanic to be for sure.
Question asked by Mark Stink
Question:Q: Could you please tell me the dimensions of these weights? Thanks, MarkQuestion asked 1 year ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered 1 year agoAnswer: A: Each individual Motion Pro Wheel Weight is 20.4mm x 13.1mm