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Tony in Mass.
Like the guys already said, wheel weights are rare and expensive compare to fluids... and I got to admit, fluids do work better for traction, low center of balance, installation a lot easier....but please don't use calcium chloride, it is heavier than real ocean sea water, but 3 times as tough on metal. I hear lot of good things about beet juice? And I suppose if you find half a pallet of windshield washer fluid cheap enough, that would be great too- just not calcium chloride in my book. A few months ago someone on another forum spent nearly a grand on a 38 inch farmall tire and rim that was ruined beyond repair- by CC...and he kept the worthless, harmful, rotten old calcium in buckets- and wants ideas to carefully pump it all back in. I wanted to throw up...
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