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Motorcycle Wheel Balancers

Concept Garage Equipment can supply and install quality Motorcycle Wheel Balancers for all types of garages, workshops or MOT Bays. Branded Motorcycle Wheel Balancers for Class 1 and Class 2 motorcycle MOT Bays and perfect for all professional motorcycle services. If you are unsure what you will need for your motorcycle workshop call us today on 0113 469 0572.

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  • Motorcycle Adapter for Eurotek Tyre Changers from Concept Garage Equipment

    Motorcycle Adaptor for Eurotek Tyre Changers

    £120.00 +VAT
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    Garage Consumables Starter Pack

    Original price was: £320.00.Current price is: £285.00. +VAT
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  • Motorcycle Adapter for Eurotek Wheel Balancers from Concept Garage Equipment

    Motorcycle Adaptor for Eurotek Wheel Balancers

    £295.00 +VAT
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  • Manual Wheel Balancer Eurotek Mini Spin from Concept Garage Equipment

    Wheel Balancer Eurotek Mini Spin Manual for Car or Motorcycle (12v or 240v)

    £849.00£899.00 +VAT
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  • Wheel Balancer Manual Data Entry with Foot Brake from Concept Garage Equipment

    Wheel Balancer Manual Data Entry with Foot Brake 1 Phase for Car or Motorcycle

    £1,050.00 +VAT
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  • Sale! Wheel Balancer Eurotek Super Spin Semi-Auto from Concept Garage Equipment

    Wheel Balancer Eurotek Super Spin Semi-Automatic for Car or Motorcycle

    Original price was: £1,255.00.Current price is: £1,150.00. +VAT
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  • Dunlop DWB920 Wheel Balancer Fully motorised suitable for Motorcycle from Concept Garage Equipment

    Wheel Balancer Fully Motorised Dunlop suitable for Motorcycle also

    £1,295.00 +VAT
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  • Wheel balancer automatic data with led screen

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    Wheel Balancer Automatic Data Entry with LED Screen 1 Phase for Car or Motorcycle

    £1,299.00 +VAT
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  • Wheel Balancer Tecalemit Tiro Plus Automatic by Tecalemit from Concept Garage Equipment

    Wheel Balancer Tecalemit Tiro Plus Automatic for Car or Motorcycle

    £1,495.00 +VAT
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  • Tyre Changer and Wheel Balancer Eurotek Package 1 from Concept Garage Equipment

    Tyre Changer & Wheel Balancer Eurotek Package 1 for Car or Motorcycle

    £2,050.00 +VAT
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  • Wheel Balancer Fully-Automatic Platinum G-66 Guarder by Concept Garage Equipment

    Wheel Balancer Fully-Automatic G66 Guarder for Car or Motorcycle

    £2,245.00 +VAT
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  • Tyre Changer Wheel Balancer Ecotek Package for Car or Motorcycle from Concept Garage Equipment

    Tyre Changer & Wheel Balancer Ecotek Package for Car or Motorcycle

    £2,510.00 +VAT
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  • Wheel Balancer Tecalemit Semi-Automatic by Tecalemit from Concept Garage Equipment

    Wheel Balancer Tecalemit Semi-Automatic for Car or Motorcycle

    £2,895.00 +VAT
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  • Tyre Changing package Guarder for Car or Motorcycle by Concept Garage Equipment

    Tyre Changer and Wheel Balancer Guarder Series Package 2 for Car or Motorcycle

    £4,395.00 +VAT
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A motorcycle wheel balancer is a machine used to spin a motorcycle wheel to assess the weight of the wheel of the motorcycle with the tyre installed to check for uneven weight distribution across the wheel's circumference.

The tyre fitter or user would use the machine to identify the lightest point on the tyre's rotation and apply small metal weights to the tyre's rim to neutralise the weight differences and cause an even weight across the whole wheel circumference.

Yes, you can use a car wheel balancer to balance a motorcycle wheel, though due to the difference in both the size of the wheel rim, as well as the tyre size and shape difference, this will usually need a motorcycle adapter to ensure that the motorcycle tyre fits correctly and centrally on the car tyre changer, therefore converting this into a motorcycle tyre changer.

Also, you must ensure that the wheel balancer that you intend to use for motorcycle wheel balancing has the correct software to balance this size and type of tyre, so check with your garage equipment supplier before making a purchase on this basis.

Yes, both front and rear motorcycle wheels should be balanced. The balance of the front wheel on a motorcycle is much more important than the rear balance, and the production of more modern tyres produces a uniform tyre and therefore the need for balancing is certainly less than it was 10 years ago, however, the rubber on motorcycle tyres can still have irregularities causing weight differences, as well as the vale, especially if you have a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) fitted to the bike and larger TPMS valves fitted it to the bike wheels.

Race bikes will still have the wheel balanced for optimum performance and speed, and if you want to achieve the smoothest performance and comfort from your motorcycle then you should balance the wheels, especially following a tyre repair or replacement.