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Eos (1F7) V6-3.2L (BUB) (2008)

Maintenance > Alignment > System Information > Service and Repair > Wheel Alignment Test Prerequisites > Page 1344

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Slowly rotate the wheel.

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Note the smallest and the largest dial readings.

‹› If the difference is greater than 1.3 mm, the lateral run-out is too great.

In this case, lateral run-out can be reduced by matched mounting of the tire. Refer to => [ Matched Mounting ] See: Wheels and Tires/Tires/Service
and Repair/Matched Mounting.

Peak values on the tire dial gauge due to small irregularities in the rubber may be disregarded.

Checking Radial Run-Out

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Load the tire dial gauge approximately 2 mm.

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Set up tire dial gauge on the tire tread.

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Slowly rotate the wheel.

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Note the smallest and the largest dial readings.

‹› If the difference is greater than 1 mm, the radial run-out is too great. 

In this case, radial run-out can be reduced by matched mounting of the tire. Refer to => [ Matched Mounting ] See: Wheels and Tires/Tires/Service
and Repair/Matched Mounting.

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