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Wheel Fitting For Installation

Wheel Fitting For Installation

04/28/2009

…all wheels, while still functioning with a variety of hubs. If a centering ring is required, this must be installed to the hub before the wheel is placed. When it comes to wheel installation, it is essential to pay attention to detail and thoroughly follow instructions. It can be a long process, but…

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How To Prepare For A Wheel Installation

How To Prepare For A Wheel Installation

04/20/2009

install with this in mind. Note: Tires that require special attention to rotation will always come with some type of notification that informs the installer which way the tires should rotate, which is usually indicated on the sidewall. Taking these measures to prepare your wheels for installation,

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Installing Wheel Covers

Installing Wheel Covers

04/18/2017

…is an installation video for wheel covers/hubcaps – note this is for steel wheel only. Also note that lug nuts are cosmetics only – and do not function. This video includes the installation of a set of four hub caps along with four metal wire retention rings. The post Installing Wheel…

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How to Install New Rims on Your Own Car

How to Install New Rims on Your Own Car

04/16/2010

…with this, you will want to drive around for a while at low speeds to make sure that the rims are installed correctly and aren’t going to pop off damaging the car. You have now installed your own rims. The post How to Install New Rims on Your Own Car appeared first on Performance Plus Tire.

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How to Install Cooper Tire Control Arm Bushing

How to Install Cooper Tire Control Arm Bushing

12/29/2009

…evenly and flatly on the road.  This will affect the ability for you to properly steer your car, as it will be pulled to one side or the other. To install new arm bushings you will need an air chisel, as the arm bushings are tightly secured and will need quiet a bit of force to get them back out. …

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