Hub-piloted wheels, which are most common on commercial vehicles today, have been proven to provide better torque retention, require less maintenance, and in most cases last longer.  The 10-hole hub-piloted wheel system, now the industry standard, features straight-through stud-bolt holds (no ball seat or spherical countersink) and is positioned on the hub by wheel pilot pads to provide true mounting to the axle end. For heavy loads, manufacturers also offer stud-piloted wheel ...

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