Stick on weights can be used in a couple of different ways. In the automotive tire industry a stick on weight can be put on the inside of the wheel and just put in teh center. The tire balancer would just be told that this is how it is to get its measurement. However, this method doesn't do the best of jobs. However, on an ATV, this may be your only option. If using stick on weight on an autombile wheel that is severely offset, say like on an acura or honda wheel, you can leave the balancer in normal mode but put stick on weight inside the wheel, placing the weight the machine tells you is for the outside, on the inside of the wheel but as far outward as possible. Then then one it tell you to put on the inner lip stick inside the wheel as far inward as possible.
On an XTR, I honestly doubt you are gonna get much accomplished with balancing. It is an agressive tread tire and should be expected to on asphalt for example, for the rider to feel the agressiveness of the tread, thus making them think it is unbalanced.
Something else to question, is it all 4 or only the front. Are they bouncing up and down or is it a side to side wobble of the handlebars?
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