Operators Maintenance (Cont)
Tire must be completely deflated before trying to
remove from vehicle, or serious injury or death could
Stand clear of trajectory area during deflation or
personal injury or death could result.
Always completely deflate tire by removing valve
core from valve stem before attempting removal
operation. After air has finished exhausting from
valve stem, carefully run a piece of wire through
valve stem to ensure it is not plugged and tire is
completely deflated. Failure to comply may result in
injury to personnel.
High air pressure may be released from valve stem
when valve core is removed. Stay clear of valve stem
after core is removed. Ensure all personnel wear
suitable eye protection. Failure to comply may result
in injury to personnel.
Trajectory as shown applies to all wheel/tire assemblies.
Tire must be completely deflated by removing valve cap (7.1) and
valve core (7.2) until tire is completely deflated. When all air is
deflated, install valve core (7.2) in valve stem (7.3). Cover with valve
cap (7.1). Take tire to unit maintenance for disassembly and repair.
Studs and lugnuts on left side of vehicle have left-hand
threads. Rotate lugnuts clockwise to loosen,
counterclockwise to tighten. Studs and lugnuts on right
side of vehicle have right-hand threads. Rotate lugnuts
counterclockwise to loosen, clockwise to tighten.
Loosen 10 lugnuts (8) until they turn easily.