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Quality is one of BMW’s major aspects and themes surrounding the brand ever since the day they created their first vehicle. They have repeatedly produced vehicles with distinctive designs, while making a guarantee to maintain the high reputation and conditions their customers now anticipate. BMW is still developing quality within their extensive product line. This has placed them among one of the German big three, and more specifically, with their wheel parts and components. Your BMW’s wheel balancing issues can affect your vehicles performance, as well as your safety. An imbalance in your wheel is usually the result of heavy spots that can force the wheels and tires to rotate with an abnormal shake. Wheels are balanced by adjusting the weight around your BMW’s wheels. This differs from getting your wheels aligned, which incorporates the angle of your wheels and their relation to the surface area. Driving your BMW with wheel balance issues will force vibrations throughout your entire vehicle. For instance, if your wheels are imbalanced you will encounter vibrations in your steering wheel when traveling at higher speeds. You may also notice shaking in your BMW’s seat and floor. A lot of newer model BMW’s are designed with lightweight and sensitive suspension and wheels. This makes them more prone to wheel imbalance than older BMW’s. If you have questions about BMW’s wheel parts or components, the FCP Euro team and website are easily accessible.

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Sounds correlating to wheel imbalance come from the vibration forced by your BMW’s wheel imbalance. When imbalanced wheels vibrate, they produce a slight humming or bustling noise that is abnormal to properly balanced wheels. Just like the vibrating, this will be much more noticeable at higher speeds. If your BMW’s tires start to show bizarre wear patterns, they are most likely imbalanced, as well. This wear pattern usually will look like they are cupped. This happens down the sides of your wheels. Common wear patterns will not be mainly on the edges of the tire, but will occur on the tread. If you feel vibrations mainly in the steering wheel of your BMW, then the wheel imbalance is most likely in the front end of your vehicle. If the vibrations are mainly in the seat, then this points to the wheels in the rear of your BMW. When you start to notice your wheels are showing balance issues, it is important to take action immediately. Even though the issue is not commonly and emergency, this is a simple repair that is definitely worth the time. Taking care of the problem quickly will also save further repairs in the long run. FCP Euro's intelligent and qualified call center staff is accommodating and ready to answer any questions you may have. If you are at all insecure on which wheel part or component is preferential for your BMW, FCP has an extensive catalog for the BMW brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.

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