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WHEEL AND TIRE BALANCING
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 WHEELS, RIMS, TIRES Fig.  7 NOTE:  Rust streaks (Fig.  8) from stud holes is a good indication that mounting nuts are not tightened to the specified torque. Fig.  8 DISC WHEELS On   disc   wheels,   which   have   rims   integral   with   the wheel itself, the important thing to note is that the wheel stud nuts must be kept tight. This means they should be inspected and   tightened   at   regular   intervals.      When   checking   the mounting studs and nuts on dual disc wheels, (Fig.  9) the outer nut should be backed off before attempting to tighten the inner nut.  Try all cap nuts after the first trip or any wheel change.  Properly installed they should remain tight indefinitely.      On   cast   wheels   which   have   rims   that   are demountable with the tire, the rim clamp nuts should also be kept tight.  Rim and tire to wheel alignment should be checked frequently  to  make  sure  the  tire  is  running  true.  Left-hand thread  nuts  can  be  identified  by  the  small  groove  machined around  the  flats.    Left  hand  studs  can  be  identified  by  the letter "L" stamped on the head.  Use left-hand nuts on the left side of the truck. Fig.  9 NOTE:    Before  mounting  wheel  assemblies  on  vehicle make  sure  all  parts  are  clean  and  free  from  foreign  matter. Excess paint on wheel stud hole perimeters can permit wheel mounting nuts to loosen with use. RIM TIGHTENING AND ALIGNMENT When   installing   demountable   rims,   be   certain   stud threads  are  clean  to  permit  correct  torquing  of  nuts.    NOTE: Do  not  use  any  type  of  lubrication  on  threads  except  when installing aluminum wheels. With  rims  in  position  (valve  stem  180  degrees  apart) successively  tighten  opposite  nuts  to  assure  drawing  wheel (or wheels in evenly. This procedure will also minimize wheel mis- CTS-2032N  Page 3 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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