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It may be shod with big, 20-inch alloy wheels and 245/45ZR20 all-season performance tires, but it doesn’t take much to lose traction. In fact, the Challenger R/T Scat Pack is, seemingly, designed for the express purpose of spinning your wheels. Pulling away from intersections smoothly demands a careful balance of throttle: smoky drag strip starts are fun at first, but not especially practical.
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There are times when carrying out additional balancing "on-the-car" provides a useful benefit so Christchurch Tyre Co offers this service as well.
On-car balancing is useful for aftermarket wheel replacements where either spacers are used to prevent the inside of the alloy wheel from touching the brake callipers, or where universal stud patterns are used. This service is also used for centre hub locking on classic cars with steel or wire wheels.