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Dayton ( Spider Spoke Wobbly Wheels )

Posted By Swishy Friday, January 18, 2019 9:55 AM
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It's also easier to guage equal tightness when all studs are same length..........and the clamps are the same type, you can eyeball stud protrusion through the nut . I've seen a lot of mismatched length studs and a hodgepodge of clamps .
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Thanx JMDan

Cupla things me 4 got 2 mention

<1> If U got a tyre rim assembly n U aint to sure of ..... put bout 10 PSI in the beast to keep the tube & valve in place
n put it on in a duel position n do the wedge nuts up tight then inflate to desired pressure
th@ way if the lock rim fails it is all contained Between the duels

<2> those runn n a hobby truck to cart your toys around n wanna run low tyre pressure to act like air bag suspension for cumffy ride
run the beast a few miles with the recommended high tyre pressue to let the rim n lock rim settle in then deflate to desired pressure
have heard truck on bobtail steers 40psi drives as duels 20psi

<3> the reason for not usein a rattle gun (ugha ugha ugha gun) to tight wheel nut on spider spoke wobbly wheels
is U can not control how many turns the gun will make n make the wheel wobbly
B OK if U could do up each nut from slack a 1/4 turn @ a time but we kno th@ aint gunna happen

LOL

Steer away from asian tyres with HDV imprinted on the case ....... HDV = Horse Drawn Vehicle



LOL

Swishy

 

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 Posted Friday, January 18, 2019 2:28 PM
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Swish-----Thanks for the basic lesson, should be able to help some of the newbys that might be afraid of my favorite wheel/hub assembly !
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 Posted Friday, January 18, 2019 9:55 AM
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Most would kno the procedure of playing with Spider Spoke Wobbly Wheels
they aint dangerous to use ............... if U kno wotcha doing







cya

 

"Jist doing wot cums naturally" Sum may say "The early bird gets the worm!"

But we all know the 2nd mouse gets the cheese

Ifn U're truck comes with two sticks, U might as well just row a boat

 

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