Lugnuts not tightened on rear duals

Discussion in 'Tanker, Bulk and Dump Trucking Forum' started by Double Dawg Dare, Nov 16, 2019.

  1. Double Dawg Dare

    Double Dawg Dare Bobtail Member

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    The Inside rim was the problem yes you have to tighten that one first then you put the outside dual on and tighten it also there are left and right turns these are special you have to have the right tools and knowledge to do this
     
  2. truckdriver31

    truckdriver31 Road Train Member

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    its called a paint pen
     
  3. Double Dawg Dare

    Double Dawg Dare Bobtail Member

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    Can’t figure out how to get photos on here
     
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    Dave_in_AZ Road Train Member

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    Upload file
     
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    save to phone or computer and upload
     
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    ZVar Road Train Member

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    Click the "More Options..." then the "Upload a File" buttons.
     
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  7. Dave_in_AZ

    Dave_in_AZ Road Train Member

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    Pics or it never happened.
     
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  8. truckdriver31

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    i told a lady that the other day too
     
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  9. "semi" retired

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    Ok, you didn't say you had the old style Budd nuts, yes, then I can see the problem. They went to "unilug" for a reason.
     
    Last edited: Nov 16, 2019
  10. BKLusk64

    BKLusk64 Light Load Member

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    If it was hub piloted wheels it can happen. The guides on the hub are worn and let the wheels move. Was told by a tire shop not matter how tight you tighten them down, the rims will move and back the nuts off
     
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