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Old 04-20-2021, 09:17 AM   #1
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Lost an Acorn

Washed the coach Sunday after returning from wintering in AZ. Noticed one of the "Acorn Nut Covers" was missing. See photos.

Is it safe to assume this is a cosmetic cover? Where can I buy one to match?
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Yep, just a cover for the lug nut. You should be able to source one at a truck stop, if not Amazon will surely have one that matches.
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Most truck stops will carry those. A lot of RV dealers will have them, or you can order them online.
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OK ; only two of the acorns are covers , the rest are part of the center cap .

From your photo , I believe you've lost a part that is usually stamped to the center cover . I'm not seeing a retainer nut or threads of the wheel stud.
Yellow oval , is the mark that indicates the removable cover.

Dicor is the manufacturer
www.dicorproducts.com
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That center logo on your wheel simulator indicates its a Pacific Dually Wheel product.

https://www.pacificdualies.com/
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OK ; a visit to the Dicor site says they no longer handle wheel cover products .

Guess that answers my question ; from last summer when they still had wheel simulators on the site ; about why my covers weren't listed; and their lack of response to e mails about why.
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