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TIRE REPLACEMENT
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TM-5-4210-229-14P Truck Firefiighting 1000 GPM Multipurpose Model 2500L Manual
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Section XXIII.  MAINTENANCE OF AIR BRAKE SYSTEM
TM5-4210-229-14&P 4-163.  TIRE REPLACEMENT (Continued). NOTE Recommended     vehicle     tire     mounting     and inflation   procedures   are   especially   important with    radial    tires.        Failure    to    follow    these procedures can cause bead deformation due to incorrect bead seating.  Bead deformation may lead  to  chafing,   lower  sidewall  and  bead  area packing,      eccentric   wear,      ride   vibratin   and non-retreadable castings. d.    Install  valve  core  and  inflate  to  proper  pressure. Check  the  locating  rings  (2)  of  the  tire  to  be  sure they show around the rim flanges on both sides. e.  Check the spacing between the rim flange and one of  the  three  lower  sidewall  rim  line  rings  while  the tire is laying flat to verify bead seating. Measurements   must   be   taken   each   90   degrees around the circumference of the rim flange. NOTE If the spacing is uneven around the bead from side  to  side,    repeat  steps  a  through  c,    then recheck. Before re-installing the rims,  remove any build up  of  corrosion  on  the  rim  mounting  surface and   disc   mounting   surface   by   scraping   and wire   brushing.      Installing   rims   without   good metal-to-metal contact at the mounting surfaces  can  cause  lug  nuts  to  loosen.    This can lead to a rim coming off while the vehicle is moving,  causing loss of control. f.      Place  the  tire  rim  assembly  in  position  on  the  hub and   install   the   lug   nuts   snugly   in   a    criss-cross pattern to minimize runout. NOTE Lateral   runout   should   not   exceed   0.125   inch (3.18  mm)  on  the  front  wheels  and  0.187  inch (4.76 mm) on the rear wheels. g.  Turn the wheel until one nut is at the top of the bolt circle,  then tighten evenly and alternately according to a torque of 190-210 ft-lb (258-285 N.m). h.  Inflate tire(s) to 80 psi (551.6 kPa). i.  Lower vehicle. 4-179

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