How often do you replace your truck’s wheel? When this question was asked to a number of truckers, we had two different answers. The first type of answer was, “I change it when they shrink or when flat spots are huge. The second type but infrequent answer was, “I restore them in every 2-4 months”. Right answer! It is advised and found to be effective when you put back your truck’s wheel every 2-4 months.
Most of you are likely to change your truck wheels only when you can’t get those axle nuts back on the setup. Not ever! As a motorist, replacing your truck wheels is going to be a continuous process from time to time. Sometimes you will realize that the new wheels just don’t fit in or they may trouble you while driving. It is said that, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. Let’s look up for three flaw-avoidance measures while swapping your vehicle’s wheel, which really helps in maintaining your trucks well.