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Trailer Wheel Torque Procedure
1. After mounting a trailer wheel over the studs, thread and snug the lug nuts on the studs by hand. This will reduce the possibility of cross threading.
2. Following the order of the "Torque Sequence" illustration (see below) for your particular bolt pattern, torque the lug nuts 25 ft/lb.
3. Again, in sequential order, torque the lug nuts to 50% of their final torque value.
4. Finally, in sequential order, torque the lug nuts to 100% of their final torque value.
IN TIRE SIZE DESIGNATIONS AND THEIR DEFINITIONS
may require different loads and inflations and/or tires designed for, and which must be used on, different types of rims.
To find the appropriate Trailer Tire for your Trailer Wheel, please view the fitment chart below.
Our Trailer Wheels and Trailer Tires have been rigorously tested, to ensure that they exceed Department of Transportation standards. If you still have questions, please contact our tech help department toll free at (800) 281-0769 International Callers please dial +001 (714) 995-4353.
The following map depicts the FedEx Ground service area that is currently available, and the approximate delivery times from our warehouse in Cypress, California U.S.A.
Ground service to residential addresses (Home Delivery) in some major metropolitan areas is available Monday through Saturday.
Ground service to business addresses is available Monday through Friday.
Freight haulers pull trailers full of goods to businesses throughout the country. The long haulers travel across road conditions that can cause wear-and-tear to the trailer tires, eventually causing the driver to have the tires on his trailer replaced.
Deciding on the right tires for your trailer is essential to ensure the best traction and wear resistance so that the shipment can reach its destination. Since trailers have no driving mechanism to move the tires, only braking equipment, the trailer tires must allow for full stability on the road without the trailer swaying during turns if the trailer has high side loads.