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How to Install Magnum Plus

Installing Magnum Plus tire balancing compound into medium and light truck tires is very straightforward – Magnum Plus comes in INSERT™ bags that can be placed directly inside the tire during installation.

Just check on the Application Chart for the correct size of Magnum Plus to use, open the outer bag and place the inner packet inside the tire. The INSERT™ bag allows you to use an air-tool or cheater to mount the beads without problems 

Truck tire photo for installing Magnum Plus Tire Balancing Compound

Truck tire photo for installing Magnum Plus Tire Balancing Compound

 

If you are doing a combination balance (see Specialty tires), you should run your nail along the seam on the inner INSERT™ bag before placing in the tire, to ensure quick dispersal of the microbeads.

Avoid using excessive tire lubricant to mount the tire - any liquid lubricant falling into the tire may cause the microbeads to clump up.

Always use dry air when installing Magnum Plus. This ensures that the Magnum Plus retains its free-flowing characteristics for maximum balancing efficiency.

When a tire is already mounted on a rim, you should jack up the wheel, break the tire bead and drop the packet of Magnum Plus into the tire. Then air up the tire in the usual way.  It is not possible to inject the Magnum Plus microbeads through the valve stem, due to their size.

General Installation

 

Quick Fact Sheet

Magnum Plus Tire Balancing Compound:

  • Lasts for the lifetime of the tire
  • Is easy to install
  • Constantly adapts to wear and tear
  • Doesn't need to be rebalanced
  • Is TPMS compatible
  • Can be re-used in trailer tires

Testimonials

Sunline Coach Owners Club

Magnum is a local manufacturer so I decided to go with them.  I have driven mostly on suburban roads and have gone from numerous stops at lights up to 45 mph with some up to 65 mph.  The tires are perfectly balanced at any speed.  Even accelerating slowly and holding at various speeds there is no imbalance.  The past winter's numerous potholes had absolutely no effect on balance.

~Henryj

Fryer’s Tire Center

Very good product.

~ Fryer’s Tire Center, La Grange, GA