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TM-9-2320-364-20-5 Palletized Load System (PLS) M1074/M1075 Manual
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TM 9-2320-364-20-5      13-11 Keep hands clear of studs and outer face of wheel to prevent injury to personnel. Holes in outer wheel must align with holes in inner wheel.  Failure to comply may result in damage to valve stems. (16) Position outer wheel (11) on inner wheel (13) so that valve stems (6) are positioned through outer wheel. NOTE Tighten lug nuts 1/4 in. (6.4 mm) maximum at a time in sequence shown until inner wheel and outer wheel meet. (17) Install outer wheel (11) and CTIS wheel valve assembly (5) on studs (10) with twelve lug nuts (9).  Use tightening sequence 1 and tighten to 75 to 100 lb-ft (102 to 136 N.m). NOTE Tightening sequence is performed three times. (18) Tighten 12 lug nuts (9) in sequence 1 to 450 to 500 lb-ft (610 to 678 N.m). (19) Tighten 12 lug nuts (9) in sequence 2 to 450 to 500 lb-ft (610 to 678 N.m). (20) Tighten 12 lug nuts (9) in sequence 2 to 450 to 500 lb-ft (610 to 678 N.m).

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