Polishing Custom Big Rig wheels! (McDonald Chrome Shop)

Polishing Custom Big Rig wheels! (McDonald Chrome Shop)



Polishing Custom Big Rig wheels! (McDonald Chrome Shop)
In this video we show the 56 minute process of polishing these custom semi truck wheels in 3 minutes! Checkout out other videos and if you need any work done feel free to contact us. We also sell semi trucks, chrome shop, livestock washout, we try to give our customers a great experience so they keep coming back time and time again!

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McDonald Chrome Shop 712-652-3834

Contact: Dusty McDonald mcdonaldchromeshop@icloud.com or 712-652-3834

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Aerial Lift, Crane, Truck Repair and Fabrication Services at CUES Inc. – CuesEquip.com

Aerial Lift, Crane, Truck Repair and Fabrication Services at CUES Inc. - CuesEquip.com



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With locations both in Amherst NH and Franklin CT, CUES has you covered when it comes to aerial and heavy equipment repairs.

We have been in business since 1966, and our highly skilled staff is ready to take-on our customer’s biggest challenges.

• ANSI Inspections
• Aerial Lifts
• Boom Trucks
• Corner Mount Cranes
• Dielectric Testing
• Hot Stick Test
• NH State Inspections
• Federal DOT Inspections
• Rail Gear Inspections
• Body Shop and Paint Service
• Trucks Booms
• Specialty Equipment Parts & Accessories

Contact us at either one of our New England locations for all of your service needs.

CUES Inc.
Amherst NH
800-258-1010

CUES Inc.
N. Franklin CT
800-526-3916
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Remove seized rim from wheel during tire service – RIMWIT by AME International

Remove seized rim from wheel during tire service - RIMWIT by AME International



AME proudly introduces a new product for commercial tire changing that easily removes stubborn, locked up rims with the use of an impact, the RIMWIT.

#71650 RIMWIT – for standard 22.5 and 24.5 truck wheels
#71655 RIMWIT Jr. -for 19.5 wheels

• The easiest & quickest way to loosen stubborn, locked up rims! The tool you don’t want to be without!
• Retire that back-breaking 20lb sledge that you use to break seized rims apart
• Eliminate damaged tire sidewalls and rims
• Fits all standard semi-truck rims; aluminum or steel
• Safe and efficient

For more information, please visit ameintl.net!
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Heavy-duty truck tire inflation tips – Kansas City Trailer Repair – By USTrailer.com

Heavy-duty truck tire inflation tips

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Heavy-loads and high speeds, combined with underinflated tires can make for an on-road catastrophe. The excessive heat being generated by an underinflated tire due to the increased flexing of the tire sidewalls in combination with the longer footprint leads to rubber compounds failing.

Air pressure is based on the worst-case load the tire will see in the real world. The tire companies all publish load/inflation tables that identify the proper tire pressure for a given load depending if the tire is being run as a single or dual.

When it comes to proper pressure–steer tires have the best tire pressure of all wheel positions, according to industry surveys, which is good because low steer tires are a serious safety issue. Drive tires are next in the inflation pecking order, with outside duals typically have better pressures compared to the inside duals
Trailer tires always have the poorest inflation pressure for several reasons. Maintenance may not see a trailer for weeks, months or even a year.

Driver education regarding accuracy of tire pressure gauges should be mandatory training. So-called Tire thumpers may reveal a tire within 5 or 10 PSI, but it is nearly impossible to distinguish between a tire with 70, 80, 90, 100 or 110 PSI. The stick pressure gauge is the most common tire pressure gauge. The issue with stick gauges is their accuracy. Regardless of manufacturer, stick gauges are only accurate to plus-or-minus (+/-) 3 PSI brand new out of the box.

Using a brand new pressure gauge may reveal a tire with actual 100 PSI to be 97 PSI, and the same tire with a second gauge may give an answer of 103 PSI. Dropping a gauge a few times on the hard concrete surface can change the accuracy very quickly to +/- 5 PSI.

Pressure gauges need to be checked for accuracy using a master gauge or air gauge certified station. If it is not accurate, the best solution is to throw it away. There are some stick gauges on the market, which have a setscrew on the bottom of the gauge which allows it to be calibrated.

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