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97up-list Digest Wed, 19 Apr 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 057

In This Issue:
Tire Rotation
Re: Tire Rotation
Re: Tire Rotation
Pickup bed in Fourwheeler mag.

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From: DanBrotzman frontiernet.net>
Subject: Tire Rotation
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 08:00:48 -0500

It's time to rotate tires on my 99.5 F350 PSD CC XLT. I have the standard aluminum rims with the chrome plated plastic center insert on each rim. How does this plastic center piece remove, does it just pry off like a hub cap? Is the lug nut torque 90 Ft. Lbs.?


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From: RSnovi aol.com
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 11:02:14 EDT
Subject: Re: Tire Rotation

In a message dated 4/19/00 8:53:48 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
no1windo frontiernet.net writes:


if i remember its was a bit over 100 ft lbs. plastic deal pops off if you
have one of those nifty rubber mallet looking things with claw on end that
tire places use.

the torque spec is in a strang place i think on plastic emergency card w/
owners manual stuff, i remember them asking me exactly what it was, he said
after 97 thought it had changed.



RS
<<
It's time to rotate tires on my 99.5 F350 PSD CC XLT. I have the standard
aluminum rims with the chrome plated plastic center insert on each rim. How
does this plastic center piece remove, does it just pry off like a hub cap?
Is the lug nut torque 90 Ft. Lbs.?
>>

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From: "Vaughn (VDB)" enter.net>
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 16:44:37 4
Subject: Re: Tire Rotation


The plastic paper tire info thingy I got
with my SD says 140-150 ftlbs.
You get the center hub off with the rubber pry
tip of your lug wrench located under the hood
on top of the radiator. On the hub cap there are
several notches that the tip fits into.

Vaughn




< off if you have one of those nifty rubber mallet looking things
with claw on end that tire places use.>>

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From: MongoCaveraol.com
Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 20:34:02 EDT
Subject: Pickup bed in Fourwheeler mag.

A couple of months back, in Fourwheeler magazine, there was a pic and article
about a neat bed that you could get with a new Ford pickup. It had sides
that opened for storage. Kinda like tool boxes, but it was a normal looking
bed, not like a utility bed at all. Anybody see or have the article? I
can't find mine.
Thanks, James

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