CONTINUED (REMOVING TIRES FROM FLAT BASE WHEELS AND RIMS)
H. RePeat preceding steps C and D. Continue to
G. Step over to the other side of the machine and
p u s h the tire back until it can either be easily tipped
i n s t a l l - t h e press wheel and arm in the opposite side
off by hand or until the press wheel has pushed it
of the carriage.
completely off the rim. (Be sure to push the valve stem
o u t of the hole in the rim if it is necessary to force
N O T E : Mounting tires on flat base wheels and rims
t h e tire all the way off with the press wheel. Notice
i s easily accomplished manually on the floor.
that when the Dress wheel shaft is protruding through
t h e press wheel casting, it will strike the rim flange
after the bead has been moved back approximately
5 " . To correct this, swing the boom forward far
enough to allow the center of the press wheel to move
p a s t `the flange. C A U T I O N - Never allow the press
w h e e l hub to move past the end of the shaft when
pushing on the bead or breakage of the hub may result.
B. Install the press wheel on the Ieft side of the
A . Chuck the assembly on the machine with the side
carriage and force the bead on that side into the well.
nearest the drop center well turned away from the
chuck. IMPORTANT - The tire must always be
mounted and demounted from the side nearest the drop
D. Move the press wheel assembly to the other side
C. While the press wheel is holding the bead into the
of the carriage, break the bead and repeat step "C".
w e l l , continue to rotate the wheel and apply a liberal
a m o u n t of tire lubricant to bead.