Tire Related

Wheel Balancing Service

Our wheel and tire balancing and mounting service helps ensure the wheels and tires are evenly balanced around the axle to keep your drive smooth and quiet. During our service, we’ll use state-of-the-art equipment to balance each wheel while locating and removing any potential imbalances before replacing the wheels/tires.

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Signs Your Wheels Need Balanced
  • Your steering wheel vibrates at highway speeds.
  • You feel your seat or floorboard vibrating at highway speeds.
  • You notice scalloped or cupped wear patterns on your tires.

Wheels that are properly balanced not only keep you driving smoothly, but they also help reduce noise, vibration, and premature tread wear. Schedule an appointment today if you feel that your handling feels off and your vehicle could have its wheels balanced.


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By ensuring that your tires spin as evenly as possible, our routine wheel balancing service helps keep you running smoothly and confidently.

We'll start by removing all of your vehicle's tires and wheels, then mount and balance each wheel with our state-of-the-art equipment. During this process, we spin each wheel to ensure that the weight of the wheel and tire is evenly distributed around the axle. This aids in detecting, locating, and correcting any imbalances. Finally, we carefully replace your vehicle's wheel.

All local Just Tires locations near you are available to mount and balance your tires and wheels. Find a Local Just Tires Near You, or easily Schedule an Appointment Online Today.

Daily driving will create changes in the distribution of vehicle weight around your vehicle’s wheels, which may create additional tread wear on your tires. Balancing your wheels will help to restore equilibrium and reduce vibrations in your steering wheel, bench, or floorboard. Performing regular scheduled balancing services will help contribute to proper tread wear and a longer tire life.

Just Tires recommends having your wheels balanced every 3,000–6,000 miles (5,000–10,000 km) For more detailed recommendations, always consult your vehicle’s owner's manual.