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Old 04-15-2019, 12:12 PM   #1
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Anyone found a good place to order lug nut covers. I have a Freightliner chassis. I believe the nuts are 1-1/2. Thanks
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I bought a couple at our local truck repair shop.
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I found a Freightliner shop in Tulsa. Will check with them tomorrow. Ebay tonight
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Anyone found a good place to order lug nut covers. I have a Freightliner chassis. I believe the nuts are 1-1/2. Thanks
If those are wheel simulators, you won't find any nut covers at FL or the local truck shops. You think they will fit...but they will not.
Only place I've found them is as an assembly (cover and nut combined) from Dicor (the OEM) and they are pricey at $10ea.

https://dicorproducts.com/product/v2...ner-wheel-set/
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I have wheel simulators, and I bought two of the covers that hold on the simulator. I had two that had only one nut holding each on when I bought the rv.
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I have wheel simulators, and I bought two of the covers that hold on the simulator. I had two that had only one nut holding each on when I bought the rv.
Where did you buy them? I have only found Dicor as a source. I have all the nuts, but need 8 covers.
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