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Ummmm, no..... the link clearly shows a motorcycle tire balancer. That is not for truing up a wheel, although I think you could do that if you wanted. A truing stand bolts the wheel in so it can only spin, the balancer is open on top so it can easily lift off. I think you would struggle with the wheel always popping up off the stand if you use a balancing stand but again, Im sure the job can get done.
For a balancing stand, if you dont know how they work, you can google them but in short you mount the tire and put the wheel on the balancer. Then give the wheel a slight spin, it only needs to make a single spin or more. Some people just take the part of the wheel that is on the bottom and put it near the top. Then gravity takes over and when the wheel stops moving, you know the heavy spot is at the bottom. Mark the top of the wheel and repeat. Add weight as needed so that the wheel stops in random spots and you know the tire is balanced.
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I will mount every tire you got for $100 apiece and I will balance them for free. Thats easy money, right around $200 a hour. No reason to be scared of an ice tire, a little properly used leverage and the tire almost jumps on the rim. Lance can do the same thing, go to the scrap pile and make one of these:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjcZfL_tzVAhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_cKs2WyQ8c