Preventing Loose Wheel Nuts and Wheel Loss | Wheel Sentry

A Driver Should Check:

  • The position of wheel nut indicator devices (if Fitted) which show if wheel nuts have moved
  • Signs to nuts and studs
  • Cracked wheels, nuts , washers
  • Missing, broken or loose fixings/components
  • Distorted rims
  • Elongation of stud holes
  • Signs of wheel loosens. If so check the wheel nuts with a calibrated torque wrench
  • Bright metal in the area of nut and washer seating
  • Rust that can be seen radiating out from the area of the nut and washer
  • Blocked ventilation holes

Preventing Loose Wheel Nuts

Loose wheel nuts can be difficult to identify by a purely visual inspection. Wheel Sentry once fitted makes this process easy by clearly identifying the nuts which have become loose. With its integral Viton band retainer even if a nut loosens Wheel sentry will hold it in place at lower torque level preventing the nut from coming off altogether.

Preventing Loose Wheel Nuts

The five step guide to fitting the Wheel Sentry loose wheel nut system.

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