SA, big wheels\tires are very difficult to balance correctly. You should get them 'road force' balanced if you have not already. I think Discount Tires has machines for this. Good luck.I just put on some 22" wheels with 265/35 tires. Since i did that my steering wheel have been shaking constantly when the car gets up to speed. Do anyone have some advice on how i can fix this?
Do you still have your original rotors?
If so there are two clips that keep the rotor from falling off while on the assembly line. The stock wheels are machined for this, most if not all aftermarket wheels are not. If aftermarket wheels are installed and those clips are present it will make a perfectly balanced wheel shake like hell.
I do this for a living. Usually nothing smaller than 20' (22's and 24's are the most common).Luck of the draw, my friend. Not all wheels or tires are equally round\balanced, some less so than others......
I had the same problem man. I bought my rims and tires over the internet and had them shipped. They were soposed to be mounted and balanced before they were shipped. Well, come to find out, only one was ballanced correctly. Take it somewhere that can ballance 22's and they will do it for about 30 bucks or so. And they will check your tire pressure. Also, make sure your rotar clips are off. They will be little brass rings around 2 of your bolts. You need to remove those before your 22's go on.I just put on some 22" wheels with 265/35 tires. Since i did that my steering wheel have been shaking constantly when the car gets up to speed. Do anyone have some advice on how i can fix this?