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Old 06-22-2011, 08:04 PM
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Originally Posted by thatsmrmastercraft View Post
Too tight or too loose will have the same effect. The same thing can happen if you don't use a star pattern when initially seating the wheel. If the wheel is not square to the wheel flange, it will soon work itself loose and make an exit. This happened to my F150 when I let my brother put a rear wheel on following a brake job.
So do you still love your brother or did you jack slap him with a 2x4?
If for some reason you start to believe you are a person with influence, just try ordering somebody else's dog around.

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