If you think it does, just install the product I linked to balance the wheels. Problem solved. I use them on a set of deep carbon wheels. They work perfectly as advertised. The wheels are perfectly balanced now. It's up to you to decided if it matters or not.I get that all wheels are out to some extent. I've just never had one this bad. I'm banking your comment - that it has no impact
$36 retail seems like a bit much to spend for something that only matters when the bike is in the stand.Just for the record, seeing how I might still be the only one who has these things, I'll say it in this thread again.
Yes, they did their job balancing the wheels. I didn't have to use any of the weights or magnets, just the stick on rubber things. On the road I don't feel anything different at all. No improved speed, handling or stability, zero difference of feel on the road. On the stand when spinning the wheels there's a difference for sure, balanced vs not balanced, but it's only on the stand.
It seems to really bother the OP, so maybe it's worth it to him.$36 retail seems like a bit much to spend for something that only matters when the bike is in the stand.
Here I thought you were going to show us a video of a bike violently shaking in the workstand after you had spun up the rear wheel.What would cause this imbalance? And would it be considered "out of the normal range" of imbalanced?