So do you get the nice pinging sound from these when you come to a stop?
Not to hijack, but as a way of explaining my question...
I was off roading in VA a couple of years ago with my Jeep and I must have loosened a wheel weight on a rock. I was heading down the highway when I heard something hit my front fender. At the same time the steering got a bit shaky.
I found the next town to see about getting the wheel rebalanced as I didn't trust the spare for a 500 mile drive. The only place was Wally World, and they could not handle 35" tires. So I went inside to see if I could find some BB's. I ended up finding some. So I am in the parking lot with my tire off, spare under the hub, breaking the bead with the Hi Lift, and then pouring BB's into the tire.
Worked like a charm. But sound weird when you come to a stop and all the BB's that were at the outside of the tire lose momentum and start falling on to the wheel. Ping, ping, ping... Best is when you stop quickly and you hear them rolling around before falling.
I knew some people with 42" tires that used golf balls instead of BB's.