Yes, if you have a lathe and the knowhow
When I bought my 2015 BV, I noticed a gallop when doing 10-50MPH. Not a wobble, an up and down bounce that wasn't noticeable above 50MPH. So I had 2 choices. Bad tire/balance or suspension. Taking the easy way, I put dyna beads in the front tire and they made no change. After breaking the bead and vacuuming out the dyna beads, I rebalanced the tire on my Harbor Freight balancer. No change. So I had the wheel spin balanced. That decreased the gallop about 80%.
So I've come to the conclusion that the best way to balance MY tires is to have them spin balanced.
While I'm waiting for parts for the bearing replacement, I've been putting in extra effort to my commuter(2014) bike. So I figured, good time to make a way to spin balance the rear tire.
Now it's time to praise the people at CycleGear. Not only do they spin balance tires for free. Alex at the Orange Park location, allowed me to measure their machine to make what was necessary to do my wheel