WHEEL AND TIRE MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS - CONTINUED
WHEEL AND TIRE ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT - CONTINUED
On both sides of vehicle, wheel nuts have right-hand metric threads.
Turn wheel until one hub-pilot pad is in top-center position.
Loosen top and bottom wheel nuts, and remove remaining eight wheel lugs nuts.
Place jack in position.
Hydraulic jack is intended only for lifting truck, not for supporting vehicle to
perform maintenance. DO NOT get under truck after it is raised unless it is
properly supported with blocks or jackstands. Failure to observe this warning
may result in death or injury to personnel.
Raise jack until tire(s) clears ground.
Remove top and bottom wheel lug nuts.
Use caution when lifting or handling wheel and tire assembly. It is heavy and
could cause injury if improperly lifted or if it falls on you.
Wheel center hole and hub pilot have close tolerances. If wheel is not kept
square to hub, it could bind during removal and damage stud threads or pilot
pads. Keep wheel square to hub during removal.
Remove wheel and tire assembly using care not to allow assembly to drop on or
drag across stud threads.
Install Wheel and Tire Assembly.
Inflate spare tire to proper pressure.
Clean hub and wheel mounting surfaces on all disc faces of dual wheels.