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ONE   PIECE   DROP   CENTER   HEAVY   DUTY   TUBELESS TIRES (7.00-20 and Up)
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 WHEELS, RIMS, TIRES Fig.  27 Using a rubber hammer tap around wheel (side) ring to be certain it is properly seated  (Fig.  28). Fig.  28 When side ring is properly installed on rim, it is loose. If side ring cannot be moved, the ring is binding. CAUTION! TO PREVENT POSSIBLE BODILY INJURY caused  by  the  wheel  side  ring  being  blown  off  with  extreme violence during inflation,  DO  NOT  stand  unprotected  in  front of  side  ring  when  inflating  tire.    If  no  protection  device  is available, stand wheel and tire close to a solid wall with side ring facing the wall.  Inflate tire from side opposite ring.  If no solid  wall  is  available  place  tire  and  wheel  on  floor  with  side ring next to floor (down) and inflate from above keeping body AWAY from directly in front of or above tire at all times.  See Precautions, Chapter I. Inflate tire until tire beads are firmly seated against rim flanges.  CAUTION: Never inflate above 40 psi to seat beads. Completely deflate tire by removing valve core; then reinflate tire to recommended pressure. Refer to "Operator's Manual" for recommended inflation pressures.    / Fig.  29 To  remove  side  ring  from  a  new  rim,  spread  the  rim and side ring apart.  Insert tool in the tool slot and pull tool to the left.  After side ring starts to lift over lip, remove ring from rim (Fig.  29). MOUNTING NUTS (Disc Wheels) Where   Standard   automotive   type   disc   wheels   have been used in the past, both left and right hand threads will be found   at   the   wheel   mounting   studs   and   nuts.      Common practice  has  been  to  use  left-hand  threads  at  the  left-hand wheels and right-hand threads at the right side of the vehicle. This was done to assure keeping wheel mounting nuts tight. CTS-2032N  Page 10 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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