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Old 08-25-2007, 01:58 PM   #1
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I need to remove the wheel wheel simulators on my MH. They are made by Versa-Liner. Can anyone tell me how?

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I need to remove the wheel wheel simulators on my MH. They are made by Versa-Liner. Can anyone tell me how?

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Old 08-25-2007, 02:32 PM   #3
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Typically the wheel liners have two removeable caps over the lug nuts. If you spot one that looks removeable the other is 180 degrees from it. These covers just pull off. They may require a little prying. You should have a tool that looks kind of like a hammer, with a prying end and a socket end that will fit the nut under the cover. Once the covers are off you remove the two nuts and the wheel liners will pull off.

Hope this helps you. Good luck.

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the 2 nuts that hold them on---have a dimple in them.
remove them wheel cover comes right off-
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Tap the "acorn" nut covers lightly with a wrench, or such. The two with the solid sound, 180 degrees apart, are the ones that will pull off and expose the nuts that will remove the wheel simulators. You should have a tool in your vehicle that will fit these large nuts. A small 3/8 inch bar, or so, will insert into the hole in the end of this tool-- should give you the leverage to remove the retaining bolts--- Good luck

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