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Old 10-08-2014, 07:39 PM   #1
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Workhorse chassis hubcap nuts

I have a W22 chassis W/ 22.5 wheels. Need to find a source for the nuts and chrome caps that hold the hubcaps on to the wheel lugs. Help appreciated. Can't find at local auto stores or truck stops.
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Old 10-08-2014, 08:02 PM   #2
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I was able to find replacements for mine at the rv dealer that sold me my mh.
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Old 10-08-2014, 08:14 PM   #3
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I ordered mine from here.
Chrome Plastic 33MM Standard Lug Nut Cover - 4 State Trucks

Any 33mm lug cover should work if you have the same simulators as I have.
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Old 10-08-2014, 08:15 PM   #4
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You may have Dicor Versa Liner Simulators. Do they have the 6-pointed star in the middle of the hub? Here's a link to their site:

Versa Liner® Simulators | Dicor Products | Official Website

I had to replace the whole wheel simulator on my WH-22. Dicor had the cheapest prices at the time of my purchase.

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Old 10-08-2014, 08:16 PM   #5
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Same for me, beware the cost. I paid $8.00 apiece on sale. I used a little bit of locktight to help keep them on.

I really had to push the hubcap on tight to get the nut to start threading.'

The person at the sales counter had no idea which size I needed, so did offer to take them back. I sure was not going to take a tire nut off just to check the size.

I suppose the place that installed the tires would know the size, but they did not have any idea of where to purchase the nuts.
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Bought mine from Dicor as well. Got them very quickly.
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Perhaps I didn't explain clearly. I need the actual nut that holds the hubcap on, not the nut covers. Still looking for a source. I will try truck outlets next. Thanks for the info.
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Alleyman...if you have Dicor wheel simulators.. they sell the jamnuts for $10. Follow the link I posted above.
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Perhaps I didn't explain clearly. I need the actual nut that holds the hubcap on, not the nut covers. Still looking for a source. I will try truck outlets next. Thanks for the info.
Guess I am confused. The decorative nut that I bought has the actual nut that holds the cover on within it. There is also a Dicor wrench to tighten the cover in place and not mar up the decorative nut itself.
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I have Alcoa wheels on mine. I lost the center cap somewhere on I 40 in March. I ended up having to call Workhorse, who gave me a dealers name and number so he could order it for me. I had to give him my VIN, he pulled it up and ordered the center chrome caps and had them shipped directly to me.
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I have 19.5 wheels on my coach. I also had a jam nut missing my Dicor versaliners (6 point star in center). They have 6 chrome nut covers that are part of the hub cap and 2 jam nuts with chrome covers attatched to them. Of course you cant just go anywhere and buy them.
Fastenal could get a nut that would work but with freight it would be the same as the original part but no chrome cover.
I ended up getting a 22 mm nut at john deere that screwed right on. it cost $4 makes a good temporary fix untill you can get the correct part.
I didn't post so much for the op's sake but someone else may be looking for a nut to get them by untill something better can be found.

so if your looking for big metric fine thread nuts don't forgrt to check the implement dealers, there big into metrics now days.
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