Adaptability from 8” to 57″

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Handling Wheel Measurements
4.00E - 9NJ6.00R9 – 6.90R9
6.00E - 9NJ21X8R9 – 200/75R9
ReferenceDimensionTyre dimensionWeight Kg
OP AN 3.00D83.00D84.00-8 5.00-8 15X4,5-8
OP AN 4.33R84.33R816X6-8 18X7-8
OP AN 4/6 E94.00/6.00E96.00-9 21X8-9
OP AN 5/6.5F105.00/6.50F106.50-10 7.50-10 23X9-10 200X50-10
OP AN 5.00S125.00S127.00-12
OP AN 8.00G128.00G1223X10-12 27X10-12
OP AN 6/9.75X156.00/9.75-157.00-15 à 365X65-15
OP AN 7.5/8X157.50 / 8.00-152.50-15 3.00-15
OP AN 6/10X206.00 / 10.00-2012.00-20 31X10-20
ReferenceDimensionTyre dimensionWeight Kg
OP 8/2 8/2A3.00D8 4.33R84.00/5.00-8 15X4.5-8 18X7-88
OP 9/2 10/24/6E9 5/6F106.00-9 21X8-9 6.50-10 23X9-107
OP 12/2 12/2A7.00S/8.00G127.00-12 23X10-12 27X10-129
OP 15/2 15/2A5.50 à 9.75-157.00-15 à 355X65-1510
OP 20/2 20/2A6.00 à 10.00-207.50/8.25/9.00/10.00/11.00/12.00-2015
OP 24/2 25/28. 0 12.00-24/25355/85-24 14.00-24 14.00/16.00-25
ReferenceDimensionTyre dimensionWeight Kg
OPL 8/2 8/2A3.00D8 4.33R84.00/5.00-8 15X4.5-8 18X7-80,5
OPL 9/2 9/24/6.E9 5/6.5F106.00-9 21X8-9 6.50-10 23X9-100,7
OPL 12/2 12/2A500S12 8.00G12700-12 23X10-12 27X10-121,1
OPL 15/2 15/2A5.50 à 9.75-157.00-15 à 355/65-151,5
OPL 20/2 20/2A6.00 à 10.00-207.50/8.25/9.00/10.00/11.00/12.00-202,5
ReferenceDimensionTyre dimensionWeight Kg
OPCD 8/3 8/3A3.00D8 4.33R8TOUT 817,5
OPCD 9/3 10/34./6.E9 5/6.5F10TOUT 9 &1024,5
OPCD 12/35.S-12 8.00G12TOUT 1218,5
OPCD 15/35.5-15 à 9.75-15TOUT 15&1646
OPCD 20/36.00 à 10.00-20TOUT 2054
OPCD 24/3 25/3TOUT 24& 25TOUT 24 & 25
D for “double wheel” & ND for “non-double wheel”

Technical information

What is a wheel?

A wheel is made of:

  • a rim, which supports the tyre,
  • a disc allowing all to be attached to the hub.
Wheel elements

The “rim” word stands in reality for the wheel. The steel wheels are made of a disc and a rim that are assembled and welded.

The wheel is attached to the hub thanks to the flat face of the disc.

The rim directly receives the tyre. The rim designation indicates the rim system, its dimensions and its profile. There are 2 types of rim: drop centre 1 piece or multi-parts that enable changing the tyres without strength instruments. They are however heavier, out-of-round and out-of-true.

The disc is developed in order to get the best possible match between the load capacity and the weight of the wheel, by respecting the following constraints: attachment to the hub, bulk and brake ventilation

Wheel maintenance

The wheel is a safety device. It is recommended to check it frequently to be sure there is no distortion, major wear, corrosion, break or crack. The paint and bearing surface condition on double wheels must be checked frequently, particularly during operations on the tyres.

To retain the warranty of an efficient clamp, the reversible steel wheels must not be repainted if they are turned. For other wheels, it is imperative to avoid any risk of paint excess thickness on the bearing surfaces and on nut seats.

The anti-rust paint on the rim and on detachable flanges in permanent contact with the tyre beads must always be in good condition. They must be refurbished if needed.

The EUWA ES 3.06 (Association of European Wheel Manufacturers) recommends to replace wheels with 10% wear in the area of the rim flange pour some use conditions of heavy use: seashores, winter (salt), mud and sand. This wear, caused by the friction between the rim flange and the tyre is emphasized when underinflating or in case of vehicle overload

Safety recommendations

Before being mounted, the assembly elements (hub attachment face or brake drum and wheel) must be cleaned from any impurity (mud, rust, grease, tarmac, etc.)


Concerning the mounting, here are the safety recommendations:

  • Use the fixing elements recommended by the manufacturer (flat, spherical, conical, thread)
  • Replace faulty nuts and screws
  • Slightly oil (don’t grease!) stud and axle threads and flat or needle-nose nut bearing surfaces (don’t oil the spherical or conical nut seats).
  • Tighten the nuts with a torque wrench with respect to the torque.
  • Use the impact wrench only to untighten, never to tighten.
  • Check the nut torque about 50km after the mounting, then at regular intervals.

Nut screwing order


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