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MOUNTING AND DISMOUNTING TIRES
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 WHEELS, RIMS, TIRES to clean an injury if a power buffer equipped with a fine wire 1brush is used.  Care must be taken not.  to buff through the innerliner. Clean the awl needle and dip in self-vulcanizing fluid and from the inside of the tire, force the needle through the puncture until the point extends beyond the tread (Fig.  15). 3.   Remove the detachable handle from the needle. Cut a 3.175 mm (1/8") strip of filler rubber and place it into the hole of the needle with the end of the rubber strip extending beyond the needle.  Pull needle through the tire with a pliers (Fig.  16).  Filler rubber will remain in puncture.  Using an awl, pack excess rubber flush with inside of tire. Fig.  16 Fig.  17 4. With a wire brush (Fig.  17) or a power buffer, thoroughly roughen an area about the injury slightly larger than patch and within previously cleaned surface area.  Re- move all traces of lubricant, foreign material, etc.  Do not use more solvent after buffing. The next three steps apply only to the hot patch method. 5. Remove backing from patch and carefully center it over injury.  Place a clamp over patch and tighten clamp only finger tight (Fig.  18). 6.   Ignite patch and allow it to cool for at least 15 minutes or until cool to the touch.  Carefully remove metal pan and ashes remaining in tire. 7.   Remount tire.  Inflate to recommended operating pressure.  Then check to make sure injury is sealed. Fig.  18 The next three steps apply only to the cold patch method. 8. Apply self-vulcanizing cement over buffed area and allow it to dry for a minimum of five minutes.  This time factor is important. 9.   Remove backing from patch base and place patch over injury.  Press down firmly, especially at the edges, for good adhesion (and easy removal of paper cover) (Fig. 19). 10.   Remount tire.  Inflate to the recommended --operating pressure.  Then check to make sure injury is sealed. CTS-2032N  Page 7 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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