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CHAPTER 1-WHEELS, RIMS
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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 WHEELS, RIMS, TIRES Worn Wheel Stud Holes This condition will usually be accompanied by evidence of  a  bright  worn  surface  on  the  wheel  face,  indicating  that loose  wheels  are  working  against  each  other.    The  wheels should be replaced, Fig.  4. Fig.  4 Worn Hub Face Fig.  5 A  worn  hub  face  is  always  caused  by  running  wheel assemblies   in   a   loose   condition.      If   the   wear   is   not   too excessive the hub face can be machined to a flat surface with the studs removed, otherwise a new hub should be installed, Fig.  5. Broken Or Cracked Hub If the hub barrel or flange is broken or cracked the unit must be replaced, Fig.  6. Fig.  6 Broken Or Damaged Studs Stripped  threads  may  be  due  to  excessive  torquing  of the studs or when the wheel is placed over the studs, Fig.  7. Fig.  7 CTS-2167N  Page 4 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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