Have you held them up to the wheels to check the fit?Tire PressuresTubeless 23 x 8.50 - 12, 2 Ply 40-70 kPa (6-10 psi)
Tubeless 23 x 10.50 - 12, 2 Ply 40-70 kPa (6-10 psi)
Tubeless 26 x 12.00 - 12, 2 Ply 40-70 kPa (6-10 psi)
Tubeless 26 x 12.00 - 12, 4 Ply 40-138 kPa (6-20 psi)
23x10.50-12 Tires with BM17976 Weight
BM17976 is a 23 kg (50 lb) plastic coated weight and includes the necessary hardware.
· Install weight as shown.
· Measurement (A) should be 160 mm (6.3 in.).
26x12.00-12 Tires with BM17973 Weight and BM17972 Weight
BM17973 is a 33 kg (72 lb) Weight.
BM17972 is a 23 kg (50 lb) Weight.
You must also order BM17977 attaching hardware when using one BM17973 and one BM17972 weight. Order BM18101 attaching hardware when using one BM17973 and two BM17972 weights.
· Install weight(s) as shown:
A - One BM17973 and One BM17972 Weight
B - One BM17973 and Two BM17972 Weights
· Measurement (C) should be 200 mm (7.9 in.).
· Measurement (D) should be 260 mm (10.2 in.).
Sorry, I filled my tires with RimGuard and have not bought or used wheel weights. I'm sure some others will be by to help though.POENY, Those are very useful links, thanks! Got any tips on installing these things. Is it possible to do it by myself or will I need help?
Get yourself a piece of steel rod and a jack stand. Turn the rear wheel until one of the weight attachment holes is at the top then slip the rod through the top hole on the starter weight then into the top hole on the wheel. Lift the outer end of the rod until it's level and set that end on the jack stand (adjust the jack stand as required). Now push the weight into the rim and install the lower bolt, then remove the rod and install the other bolt.