TRU-B-1825-CON-A Internal Centering Sleeves for Aluminum Wheels, Steer Axles

TRU-BALANCE

$146.70 $163.00

Internal Centering Sleeves for Aluminum Wheels, Steer Axles

Specifications:

  • Aluminum Wheels Only

  • Steer Axles Only

  • 1.34"-1.37" Hole Diameter - 1/2" Hole Depth

  • Sold in sets of 6 (3 per wheel)


Features:

  • Stays On Wheels

  • Zinc Plated To Resist Corrosion

  • Sold In Sets of 6 Per Axle

  • Machined from Solid Steel Bar Stock

  • Threaded Inside for Accurate Alignment

Supported Brake Drums:

Arvin Meritor
Gunite
Conmet
Webb
Wheel Centrifuse
N/A
N/A
107507
N/A
N/A
10009920
10033071
10001783

Benefits

  • Increases fuel mileage

  • Increases tire life

  • Stops tire vibration

  • Stops irregular tire wear

  • Cuts rebalancing costs

  • Decreases tire maintenance

  • Reduces tire cupping

  • Reduces "wheel off" condition

Applications

  • Motor Coaches

  • Semi Trucks and Trailers

  • Heavy Duty Trucks

  • School Busses

  • Commercial Busses

  • Parcel Package Trucks

  • Emergency Vehicles

Install Instructions:

  1. Jack up vehicle until the tire is off the ground.

  2. Remove wheel and brake drum.

  3. Clean wheel studs thoroughly with our wire brush part #TRU-X-1755-WB.

  4. Thread 3 sleeves onto the wheel at the 12, 4 and 8 o'clock positions.

  5. The squared shoulder centers the brake drum and should seat directly against the hub face.

  6. Slide brake drum over studs and onto the sleeves.

  7. Your drum should now be centered and not move. (Make sure the squared portion of the sleeve and brake drum are flush with each other)

  8. Slide the wheel over the studs and onto the remaining smooth shoulder.

  9. Your wheel is now centered.

  10. Replace all lug nuts starting with the studs that have the sleeves on and tighten according to the manufacturer's specifications.

NOTE: All of our internal sleeves are threaded inside for accurate centering. The threading also ensures proper and accurate alignment to the hub face as well as prevents the sleeves from moving around on the stud causing wear on the sleeves as well as the wheel stud.