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INSTALLATION - TM-5-4210-220-12_668
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INSTALLATION - TM-5-4210-220-12_670
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-29.  WHEELS AND TIRES 4-29.2  Tires This task covers a.    Removal b.    Inspection c.    Installation TOOLS MATERIALS/PARTS Shop Equipment, Automotive 30, Appendix E Tire Bead Lubricant Maintenance and Repair, 215388 Tire NSN 4910-00-754-0705 PERSONNEL REQUIRED - 2 EQUIPMENT CONDITION Wheel Removed from Truck (see para. 4-29.1) REMOVAL (1) Remove  valve  core  slowly  and  allow  all air to escape. (2) Place wheel and tire assembly on wooden blocks. (3) Beat side of tire with hammer to break tire to rim seal. (4) Insert     curved     end     of     two     tire     irons between rim and tire bead about 5 in. (12 cm) apart. (5) Force both tools down and out to lift bead over wheel rim. (6) Leave one tool in place and put second 5 in.    (12    cm)    away    from    first    position. Repeat  steps  5  and  6  until  side  of  tire  is removed from rim. (7) Turn  tire  over,  and  repeat  steps  3  thru  6 driving  other  edge  of  tire  over  same  side of rim as the first. (8)  Remove valve stem from rim. INSPECTION (1) Use wire brush to remove all dirt and corrosion from rim. (2) Inspect rim for cracks, deep pitting or dents. (3) Replace rim if any significant damage is found (e.g. cracked weld, bent rim ). (4) Repaint rim as required. 4-556

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