My truck weighs in around 17,700 loadedI don't know how heavy your truck is but those G275 tires are getting some decent reviews in the Earthroamer and GXV communities where rigs weigh ~16-20k lbs loaded. You might give Dynabeads a call, describe your situation and see what they recommend. I've been using them for several years with TPMS on 315/80r22.5 Conti HDR2+ and HDW Scandinavia tires with zero issues. The only thing that might surprise you is that they can (very rarely, has happened to me twice) clump together if you've parked for a day or more in colder conditions, maybe -15F/-25C ambient or lower, and you fire up your rig, start rolling and your wheels feel suddenly unbalanced and you grip the wheel wondering just what maintenance item slipped your pre-trip checklist as the Mrs. throws you a look of disdain. It's no big deal because they quickly return to normal within a few hundred meters of driving. Strangely, I've camped in colder conditions and they didn't clump up. They are smooth as silk on the road and many heavy truck tire shops are used to using them. I've also heard good things about Centramatic but never used them. I figured I'd try dynabeads because they have been around for awhile, relatively easy, inexpensive and if they didn't work I'd try something more complex and expensive. They've worked flawlessly for me. If you're looking for more input, you might head over to the Unimog/MB truck crew on this website and ask. Those folks are driving heavy rigs with big, heavy, expensive tires and don't mess around when it comes to keeping tires balanced and might offer you a wealth of info and experience.