Wheel removal suspension drop?

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Efituned

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They're transporting my truck Monday. I have a tire company taking the wheel/tire from the second axle and replacing the busted front tire.

My question is will the hub drop and touch the ground on the middle axle? Or be in the way while loading?
 

Elijah95

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They're transporting my truck Monday. I have a tire company taking the wheel/tire from the second axle and replacing the busted front tire.

My question is will the hub drop and touch the ground on the middle axle? Or be in the way while loading?
Chain it up, the mtvr doesn’t carry a spare because it’s designed to “limp home” with a busted tire by chaining it up with the axle resting on the upper bump stop


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MAdams

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It might be okay without a wheel and tire. The sway bar might hold up the hub enough. Otherwise chain it up like Eli said

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Efituned

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Turns out the tire in question is holding air. I sent a guy to the yard to swap out the bad tire and he said all he did was air it up. He went a few hours later and it was still holding. That's good enough for me to at least roll it off the trailer.
 
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