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FRONT ALIGNMENT SPECIFICATIONS - TM-5-4210-229-14P_283
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INSTALLATION - TM-5-4210-229-14P_285
TM5-4210-229-14&P 4-163.  TIRE REPLACEMENT. This task covers:  a.  Removal b.  Installation INITIAL SET-UP Tools Jack Lug Wrench Tire Changing Machine Wire Brush Tire Gauge Materials/Parts Rubber Lubricant (Appendix D,  Item 25) Tire (LT215/85R16M+S) REMOVAL a.  Raise the vehicle. b.      Using  a  lug  wrench,  remove  the  lug  nuts  (1  from the studs. c.   Remove the tire and rim from the vehicle. Use   a   tire   changing   machine   to   demont tires.    Do  not  use  hand  tools  or  tire  irons alone   to   remove   the   tire   from   the   rim. Damage   to   the   tire   beads   or   wheel   rim could result. d.   Remove the tire from the rim. INSTALLATION a.  Clean the rim by removing all rust and other foreign material. b.    Lubricate  tire  beads  and  rim  bead  seats  with  an approved rubber lubricant (Appendix D,  Item 25). NOTE Do  not  use  silicone  base  lubricants  as  this  could cause the tire to slip on the rim. Due   to   the   construction   of   radial   truck   tires, particularly in the lower  sidewall and bead area, it may be difficult to get the tire to take air.  An inflation  aid  may  be  necessary  to  help  seat  the bead of tubeless radial tires. c.  Install the tire and rim to the the wheel. Do  not  exceed  40  psi  (275  kPa)  pressure  when inflating.    If  40  psi  (275  kPa)  pressure  will  not seat beads,  deflate,  re-lubricate,  and  reinflate. Over inflation may cause the bead to break and cause serious personal injury. Do not stand over tire when inflating.  Bead may break  when  beads  snap  over  safety  hump  and cause serious personal injury. 4-178

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