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Old 09-18-2013, 02:51 PM   #1
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Front Spartan Wheel Cover W/Logo

Does anyone have the Correct Spartan Part No. for the Front Center Wheel Cover with Logo that covers the area containing the access point to check the wet hub fluid level. Not the red plastic/rubber cab which keeps the fluid inside the hub. I checked mine and for whatever reason by my next stop the right front was no longer there and I would like to replace it. Also any links to on line resources for this would be appreciated as I am traveling right now.
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Old 09-18-2013, 11:14 PM   #2
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Try rvchassis.com. They have what your looking for.
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Old 09-19-2013, 04:01 AM   #3
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That's https://www.rvchassisparts.com
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Thanks FiyingDriver for the correction. I didn't remember the "parts".
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I lost the hub covers on mine two yrs ago. I ordered them from Spartan and had them in three days. I learned a lesson and now I put a couple of dots of clear silicone on the hubs to keep them from accidentily coming off again. They are easy to take off for maintenance. Just use more silicon to seal again.
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Thank you for your help and the suggestion with the Silicone, will give it a try.
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Have you tried alco who makes the wheels?
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Old 09-21-2013, 05:02 PM   #8
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I picked up a pair of stainless steel moonies without the logo for about $20 at a local truck parts store. I t helps to take one with you to match up to a new one.
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I asked about center covers for our 1999 Spartan chassis and was told they are not made. The reasoning was explained this way. With the hub completely covered, owners cannot see if the hub begins to leak and unless they remove the center cap to inspect for leaks daily, the hub can run dry and fail before you notice grease on the outside of the cap.
I don't have a clue it that is right or not, but I'll not buy aftermarket center covers just-in-case.
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I asked about center covers for our 1999 Spartan chassis and was told they are not made. The reasoning was explained this way. With the hub completely covered, owners cannot see if the hub begins to leak and unless they remove the center cap to inspect for leaks daily, the hub can run dry and fail before you notice grease on the outside of the cap.
I don't have a clue it that is right or not, but I'll not buy aftermarket center covers just-in-case.
I replaced the original set (Spartan) with their logo on them with plain ones. I was missing one and the other was beat up pretty good. I wouldn't consider them very liquid tight and an oil leak would be easily noticed.
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