Wheel stud nuts (8) on left side have left hand threads and must be
turned to the right to loosen. Wheel stud nuts (8) on right side
have right hand threads and must be turned to the left to loosen.
(c) Position hydraulic jack (2) and raise wheel assembly (refer to h. 1. above).
(d) Remove all stud nuts (8) from wheel, and remove wheel from axle. If inner
wheel is to be removed, reverse wheel stud nut wrench (7), remove handle (6), and install
near large end of wrench (7). Remove inner wheel stud nuts and remove inner wheel from
(a) Remove spare wheel from carrier bracket (refer to b., c., d., e., f., or g. above
for removal procedure).
Tread depth and pattern of dual tires should be matched as closely
(b) Position wheel and tire on axle hub over
wheel studs, Ventilating hole in rear-rear and front
wheels should be alined with brakedrum inspection hole
(9). If inner wheel was replaced, make certain inner stud
nuts are properly seated as they are installed. Tighten
securely in sequence shown.
Have stud nuts checked and tightened to specified torque by
organizational maintenance as soon as possible.
Place outer wheel over axle hub and position so valve stem is opposite to that
of inner wheel. Tighten all wheel stud nuts (8) securely in sequence shown above.