Before wheel pie weights, the N's were designed to use Ca Chl for wheel weight ballast. It was the 600/800 that introduced the pie weights. There is a more modern substitute for liquid ballast these days called RIM GUARD, or, beet juice for short because it's made from sugar beets. It is non-corrosive and works great. I have used it since the mid-1990's and never had problems. With pie weights it was advised to not use the HD set (45#) of segments on the 600 as axle restrictions could cause damage. However I have seen N's with pie weights and the beauty of pie weights is you can add as many or as less as you want. many fellas use 4 or 6. I prefer the Rim Guard so I don't have to muck around with the pie weights taking off and putting on.
Tim *PloughNman* Daley(MI)
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