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TM5-4210-229-14&P Section XXII.  MAINTENANCE OF TIRE RIM ASSEMBLY Para. Para. General..............................................................  4-161 Tire Rim Assembly Replacement .............................  4-162 Tire Replacement ............................................... 4-163 4-161.  GENERAL. This   section   contains   information   on   the   maintenance   of   the   tire   rim   assembly   that   are   maintainable   at   the Organizational level. 4-162.  TIRE RIM ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT. This task covers:  a.  Removal b.  Install c.  Alignment INITIAL SET-UP Tools Jack Lug Wrench General Mechanics Tool Kit Materials/Parts Rim (494376C1) Tire (LT215/85R16M+S) General Safety Instructions Engine OFF. Transmission in (N) neutral. Parking brake set. REMOVAL a.   Raise vehicle so that tire rim assembly (2) is clear of ground. b.   Remove the lugs (1) from the tire rim assembly (2). c.   Remove the tire rim assembly (2) from the vehicle. INSTALLATION a.    Install  tire  rim  assembly  in  position  on  the  hub  and install lug nuts loosely. b.  Turn the wheel until one nut (1) is at the top of the bolt circle. c.   Tighten the nut (1) just snug. d.  Snug-up the remaining nuts in a criss-cross pattern. e.  Lower vehicle. f.   Torque  lugs  (1)  to 190-210  ft-lb  (258-285  N.m) evenly and alternately to avoid excessive runout. 4-175

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