Commercial vehicles -- Wheel-hub attachment dimensions

ISO 4107:2010 specifies the dimensions necessary for the attachment of a commercial road vehicle wheel on the hub of the vehicle whose fixing has six, eight or ten stud holes. ISO 4107:2010 considers the flat attachment type with centring on central bore, which is the recommended type for future equipment. Other types are currently in use. The specifications do not imply that the wheel is interchangeable from one vehicle to another.

Véhicules utilitaires -- Caractéristiques dimensionnelles de la fixation de la roue sur le moyeu

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Publication Date
05-Jul-2010
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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 4107
Fourth edition
2010-07-15
Commercial vehicles — Wheel–hub
attachment dimensions
Véhicules utilitaires — Caractéristiques dimensionnelles de la fixation
de la roue sur le moyeu
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ISO 4107:2010(E)
ISO 2010
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ISO 4107:2010(E)
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