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Index
ABS PRODUCTS
NUT & BOLT COVERS
HUB & HUBDOMETER CAPS
AXLE COVERS
WHEEL COVERS
SIMULATORS
MUD FLAP ACCESSORIES
LICENSE PLATE ACCESSORIES
DECORATIVE HARDWARE
BUMPER GUIDES
AIR HORNS
FANS
HYDRAULIC BOTTLE JACKS
ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES
MISCELLANEOUS ACCESSORIES
GRILLES
CLASSIC/XL ACCESSORIES
CASCADIA ACCESSORIES
COLUMBIA ACCESSORIES
CORONADO ACCESSORIES
CENTURY CLASS ACCESSORIES
SEVERE DUTY/FLD-112/120 & M2 BUSINESS CLASS
DISPLAYS
CROSS-REFERENCE
AXLE COVERS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
To maximize the life and look of your new Alliance wheel and hub covers, it is important not
to over-torque the lug nuts during installation. Over-torquing can result in premature failure
of the product or the development of cracks around the lug holes due to compression and
metal fatigue.
STUD-PILOTED - Products
INSTALLATION TIP - Alliance
designated for stud-piloted
products are designed to install
wheels typically have 10 lug
easily, without removing the
holes. Five of the holes are
wheel or all fasteners. Simply
1.25” in diameter and have a
remove five of the lug nuts, slip
slight taper that conforms to
the wheel cover over the wheel
the shape of the lug nut. The
and secure with the lug nuts
other five lug holes are 1.75”
you removed earlier.
in diameter and are sized to
slip over the existing lug nuts
To prevent damaging the
without removal.
product, avoid over-torquing
the lug nuts. Do not exceed
the wheel manufacturer’s
recommendations.
INSTALLATION TIP - Alliance
HUB-PILOTED - Products
products are designed to install
designated for hub-piloted
easily, without removing the
wheels typically have 10 lug
wheel or all fasteners. Simply
holes. Five of the holes are 1”
remove five of the lug nuts, slip
in diameter to fit over the lug
the wheel cover over the wheel
bolt only, and five lug holes are
and secure with the lug nuts
1.88” in diameter and are sized
you removed earlier.
to slip over the existing lug
nuts without removal.
To prevent damaging the
product, avoid over-torquing
the lug nuts. Do not exceed
the wheel manufacturer’s
recommendations.
Class 7 and 8 truck wheels attach to the axle and hub in one of two ways: hub-piloted or stud-
piloted. Aluminum wheels are typically hub-piloted, and steel wheels are typically stud-piloted.
When determining which product to select for your application, it is important to correctly
identify the type of wheel and the method of installation for your wheels for a secure and
accurate fit. Products that attach using the lug nuts to secure the product to the wheel, such
as beauty rings, hub covers and wheel simulators, specify which application they are intended
for. This does not apply, however, to Alliance’s line of ABS axle covers, which are universal and
can mount to any style wheel.