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Old 04-24-2013, 01:14 PM   #1
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FL wheel center source

Lost hub center with Freightliner logo from wheel (22.5x8.5 on Gulfstream G7 MH). Understand the clips rust so common loss. Anyone have a good website source?
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Call Freightliner Custom Chassis in Gafney, SC. You can buy direct from them for same or less than a dealer. I got one several months ago - around $40 (including shipping) if I remember correctly.
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Old 04-24-2013, 09:21 PM   #3
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I purchased mine this winter while in Florida. I purchased on EBay.
They cost $17.00 for two hub caps. I got the plain caps minus the Freightliner logo. They had spiked, logo, plain and etc caps.
You have to see how many clips yours had, if they were solid or notched lips, and the size of the lips.
The name of the company is as follows: TRUX MART SEMI TRUCK ASSESSORIES They are very on the ball people.
I thought the plain moons looked better on our GS Friendship than the old logo Freightliner.
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I checked my receipt and it was $40 + $12 shipping. That's for an Alcoa wheel on the ZF IFS - they are somewhat more expensive than some other wheels.
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I checked my receipt and it was $40 + $12 shipping. That's for an Alcoa wheel on the ZF IFS - they are somewhat more expensive than some other wheels.
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I called the Tyler Truck Center about 90 minutes from my home where I had taken MH for "chassis" maintenance, asked about hub and they had one with logo as mine......$43.00. Decided to go with non logo style off Internet from Raneys two for around $31.00, shipping more than two hubs. Truck center took my last six digits of vin and came up with what I might need to match. My wheels are the Accuride, I believe by Alcoa. If these cheap hups don't suit me I will now know where to find athe FL hub.

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Good luck. As I understand it, not all Alcoa Accuride wheels use the identical hub cover. With or without Freightliner logo.
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