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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 WHEELS, RIMS, TIRES With   the   improvement   in   design   of   both   wheel   bolt holes and mounting bolts or nuts the left-hand threaded parts are no longer used and right-hand threaded parts are used at all wheels.  To prevent loosening of wheel bolts or nuts, cup- shaped depressions are formed in wheel disc at the bolt holes so   that   when   mating   cup-shaped   nut   or   bolt   is   tightened, elastic  pressure  against  the  nut  or  bolt  together  with  thread friction prevents loosening in service.   For this reason wheel mounting bolts, nuts and wheel bolt hole surface must not be lubricated. It is good practice to tighten wheel nuts daily during the first 500 miles of service on new vehicles and anytime wheels have  been  removed.    Regular  inspection  periods  should  be established to' assure keeping nuts tightened. ONE   PIECE   DROP   CENTER   HEAVY   DUTY   TUBELESS TIRES (7.00-20 and Up) The  mounting  or  demounting  of  heavy  duty  tubeless truck tires is accomplished in much the same manner as light duty   or   passenger-car   type   tubeless   tires.      Consequently, same  precautions  for  protecting  the  sealing  edges  of  the  tire beads and rims should be observed.  Rims used are all of the one-piece   drop-center   type   whether   they   are   integral   with wheel   (disc   type)   or   demountable   (cast   type).      Because heavier tires are less flexible, it is suggested that the special tubeless   truck   tire   tools,   which   are   available,   be   obtained. Fig.  30 Fig.  30 Dismounting Instructions 1.   Remove the valve core to completely deflate tire.  With tire lying flat on the floor, loosen beads from rim seats by walking around on tire with heels at points close to rim.   With wide side of rim down,  lubricate  top  bead  thoroughly.    Insert  spoon  ends  of both tire irons between rim and tire bead at points about 10" apart.    While  standing  on  tire,  pull  end  of  tire  iron  to  the opposite side of rim so as to pry tire bead up and out of rim (Fig.  30). 2.   Hold tool in position with one foot and pull second tool toward center of rim (Fig.  31).   Progressively work bead off rim in this manner, taking additional bites as necessary. Fig.  31 3.   Stand assembly in a vertical position and lubricate second bead.  At top of assembly, insert straight end of tool between bead and back flange of rim at about 45 degree angle (Fig.  32). Fig.  32 CTS-2032N  Page 11 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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