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Old 05-13-2021, 10:31 AM   #1
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Wheel Jam Nuts & Cover Source

2013 F53 with a 2014 Bounder 33c on top of it. 22.5" aluminum wheels, 8 holes and 8 lugs.

Can't seem to find a source or part number for the jam nuts with covers. Use to be you would get them from Dicor, but no longer. They just say to contact your supplier....

I've attached photos of the wheels (front & back wheels) with and without covers on the jam nuts.

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Recent post where the removal tool for the retainer was available on Amazon or E Bay . I'll try and track that one down .
Dutch Star Don , posted info about a supplier ; in another post about the Dicor parts. I'll look for that too.
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Not long ago i lost one front wheel cover and one jam nut. I went to my local rv dealer, Giant Recreational world in Ormond Beach Florida. They needed my vin # and they were able to get it.

I'd try a local rv parts dealer near you.
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Is this what you are looking for?

https://www.pacificdualies.com/43-20...lug-nut-cover/
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I need one jam nut myself for an older 16" wheels setup. I see the covers all over, not so much the actual nuts. To be honest I haven't looked all that hard yet, priorities.
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Try these guys ,, quite a variety

https://zips.com/parts/wheel-simulat...Parts%20%22%5D
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Thanks. That would be too small according to their specs.
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Recent post where the removal tool for the retainer was available on Amazon or E Bay . I'll try and track that one down .
Dutch Star Don , posted info about a supplier ; in another post about the Dicor parts. I'll look for that too.
That would be great, Skip.

Theoretically, I need a removal tool since mine is wrecked up by trying to remove the torqued down jam nut/cover combinations. I have decided to go with a regular socket, though it does have to be thin-walled as opposed to a heavy-duty impact socket. The size is 1 9/16 for the combination (1 1/2 for just the jam nut). The interesting part is that those sockets seem to only be available in 3/4-in drive. Hopefully, I can get an adapter. I'll find out more when I go to Northern Tool and look at one.
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Try these guys ,, quite a variety
Thanks for that link, they at least have a possibility for mine. A big issue is they call the one I'm guessing might work for me "for" their TF8 kit. And that's ALL. Searched the TF8 "kit" and it shows a simulator. Neither listing has ANY specifications as to size, threads, or what they are for. Amazing.
After backtracking to trying to find a replacement for a specific coach I did finally get the TF8 as a result, then indicating that it is for eight lug E350-450 class C's newer than my ten lug class A. Some real goobers designing their online catalog over there.

I still appreciate the heads up though. If I can verify the lug they list might possibly fit my coach I will roll the dice and order some. If they fit then all credit will go to you.
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Look here:
https://www.summitracing.com/search/...By=ProductName


or here:
https://www.phoenixusa.com/?msw=1
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I had hope, for a minute. Hit the Summit Racing link and there was the same stuff. Clicked on the "jam nut" I suspect might help me and then clicked on "specifications". The specifications are: "Well, it's a jam nut. Made by Phoenix. That's about it."


Phoenix seems to assume their only customers are those replacing their exact same brand parts I guess.
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2013 F53 with a 2014 Bounder 33c on top of it. 22.5" aluminum wheels, 8 holes and 8 lugs.

Can't seem to find a source or part number for the jam nuts with covers. Use to be you would get them from Dicor, but no longer. They just say to contact your supplier....

I've attached photos of the wheels (front & back wheels) with and without covers on the jam nuts.

Thanks!
These guys were very helpful when I needed jam nuts..
https://www.kaperii.com/bolt-covers-tools
https://www.kaperii.com/lugnut-covers
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