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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.
1.5” LUG NUTS - Most stud-piloted
wheels use a 1.5” lug nut, with a
conical face that helps center the
wheel as it is tightened. Products
designed to attach using these lug
nuts feature a tapered opening to
accommodate the conical face of
the lug nut, as shown below.
REMOVABLE CAPS - Many
STUD-PILOTED
of our rear wheel products
feature a removable cap,
allowing easy access to the
hub for maintenance.
LUG HOLES - There are usually
10 lug holes located around the
perimeter of the beauty ring.
For stud-piloted applications,
there are five 1.25” tapered
holes and five 1.75” flat holes
that slip over existing lug nuts.
33 MM LUG NUTS - Most hub-
piloted wheels use a 33 mm
lug nut, with a flat face. The
lug nuts usually incorporate an
HUB-PILOTED
integral washer at the base.
REMOVABLE CAPS - Many
of our rear wheel products
feature a removable cap,
allowing easy access to the
hub for maintenance.
LUG HOLES - There are usually
10 lug holes located around the
perimeter of the beauty ring.
For hub-piloted applications,
there are five 1” flat holes and
five 1.88” flat holes that slip
over the existing lug nuts. As
with all our wheel products,
it is only necessary to remove
five of the lug nuts for proper
installation.