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Funny you should mention that. Today I'm mounting some onto my M925. It's a workout.... for me and the redtruck.Cool thanks. Someone not far from me has a bunch of the 2 piece hemtt rims for a decent price. So I will use those on all 6.
Do you have a part number for those off set lug nuts?Funny you should mention that. Today I'm mounting some onto my M925. It's a workout.... for me and the redtruck.
Pull the front mudflaps before you start. And I highly recommend these offset lugnuts. You'l need them on the front axle anyway on an 809series truck.
Those are Budd pattern studs (aka stud-centered), so an easy way to remember how to tighten or loosen them is: Tighten to the Front, Loosen to the Rear. If you look closely at each stud, it should have a "L" or "R" stamped on the end, as long as they don't have a ton of paint buildup on them, to correspond to which side of the truck each one should be installed on. NEVER assume, as I've found many a Deuce-and-a-half I've worked on that had left & right studs swapped to either side as the owner(s) needed, all mixed together...so clean off the paint on each stud end to verify (can't hurt; a pneumatic needle scaler from Harbor Freight works well for this without damaging stud threads).Question are lugs different threads on left and right or are all lug threads standard lefty loosy, righty tighty?
I have these large bore types. You just have to fill the tires from the inside on the rear. Not a big deal if you time them up right for easier access.Got the rims today! Anyone know what is the proper valve stem for the hemtt rims without ctis system?
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I have these large bore types. You just have to fill the tires from the inside on the rear. Not a big deal if you time them up right for easier access.
Most military type valve stems will work. Some are single or the 939 has a double turret. They can get pricey on ebay.
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