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Old 02-13-2020, 08:44 PM   #1
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Need lug nut simulator Monaco Cayman

I am looking for where to get a couple of lug nut simulators for my 05 Monaco Cayman. They screw on to just hold the wheel cover on.
1.41-inch wrench size 1.87-inch flange size
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I picked mine up at the local RV dealer. In the parts department they had bins with the different sizes. More important is the chassis wheel stud size. After the wheel is put on and torqued, the simulator is put on and held in place on the wheel studs. On my E-450 the simulators are only held on by 2 or 3 threads. I wish the studs were about an 1/8" longer.

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If it's like our 2005 Cayman, you should have a stainless steel cap that fits over a steel nut. I forget the size, but it's not a common one used on most big rigs.



If you take a pair of pliers (best if padded) on one of the nut covers (like in you picture with a dimple on it), you should be able to wiggle it off. Then measure your nut width.
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Yeah I don't think they screw on , at least on my Windsor they push on .

Like mentioned they are smaller then the semis
Go to an RV dealer and take one with you .
Get stainless or they will rust .
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I am looking for where to get a couple of lug nut simulators for my 05 Monaco Cayman. They screw on to just hold the wheel cover on.
1.41-inch wrench size 1.87-inch flange size
etrailer.com looks like it might have some of this stuff.
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http://www.hitchitch.com/lugnut
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