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Old 08-17-2016, 03:08 PM   #1
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Help Needed for rear axel cover

Hi everyone

Last winter, i had lost 1 rear axel cover. (the stanless steel round box who cover the axel made by Alcoa).

I try to find it here in Canada but seems not available.

I have a Fleetwood Bounder 34G 2008

It could be use or new i don't care.

Thanks for the help
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Axle cover

I found replacements at big truck (semi) parts store.
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Old 08-18-2016, 08:35 AM   #3
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I found replacements at big truck (semi) parts store.
DO you have a web site or email please
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Serge,

Try Front & Rear Chrome Axle Covers & Caps - Raney's Truck Parts

or Chrome and Stainless Steel Axle Cover Kits

or Chrome and Stainless Steel Axle Covers - PartsSystems

Hopefully you'll find something there, or Google "chrome axle cover"
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I found them on eBay and my local Freightliner dealer also had them. Most are made by a company called Phoenix, the name is often imprinted on the inside of the can. There may even be a part number. Look for that and then search.

A moment on eBay resulted in a few hits when searching for phoenix rear hub cover.

Phoenix USA PH1764 Rear Hub Cover Bucket Only 10 Lug x 285mm Top Hole Mount | eBay
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