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TIRE REPLACEMENT
TM5-4210-229-14&P 4-162.  TIRE RIM ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT (Continued). c.  Check toe-in. NOTE When   setting   toe-in   adjustment,      the   front suspension   must   be   neutralized;   that   is   all component  parts  must  be  in  the  same  relative position  when  making  the  adjustment  as  they will    be    in    operation.        To    neutralize    the suspension,  the vehicle must be rolled forward 12-15  feet  (3.65-4.57  m).   By  rolling  the  vehicle forward,  all  tolerances  in  the  front  suspension are  taken  up  and  the  suspension  is  then  in normal   operating   position.      Neutralizing   the front suspension is extremely important, especially  if  the  vehicle  has  been  jacked  up  in order  to  scribe  the  tires;  otherwise,    the  front wheels  will  not  return  to  the  normal  operating position   due   to   the   tires   gripping   the   floor surface when the vehicle is lowered. (1)    Actual  toe-in  measurements  should  be  taken  at hub height between the two points on the center of the tread at the rear of the tires. (2)  Mark the point and roll the truck ahead so that the points are in the front at hub height and measure the distance between the same two points on the tire treads. NOTE The difference in the two measurements is the actual toe-in or toe-out. (3)    To  adjust  the  toe-in,  turn  the  steering  wheel  so that the gear is in the mid-position. (4)  Loosen the clamping bolts on the tie rod. (5)  Turn the tie rod in the direction necessary to bring toe-in within the specified limits. (6)  Tighten the clamping bolts on the tie rod. FRONT ALIGNMENT SPECIFICATIONS 4-177 Caster Toe In Camber Degree Minutes Inch mm Degree Minutes 2 30 00-.19 .00-4.8 0 45

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