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Old 05-05-2016, 01:06 PM   #1
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(2)Wheel Cover Lug Nuts & Caps

Am looking to replace the (2)lug nuts with the chrome covers(the ones that have the dimple on them and hold the wheel covers on) for our 2004 Newmar DS- Spartan chassis. Anyone have an online source/link that I can check?
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Sounds like you're describing Dicor Versa Liners , if you've got stainless wheel trim and not aluminum road wheels.

https://dicorproducts.com/catalog/wh...er-simulators/

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Thanks for taking the time to respond and the link. One of the actual wheel cover models and lug nut covers shown on the Dicor website is what I have on our mh. What I can't determine is if (2) "lug nuts" actually come with (2) lug nut covers for each wheel cover itself or do they have to be ordered separately. Granted, I will be ordering the lug nut covers and hopefully will be able to find the nuts also. Guess I will give Spartan chassis folks a call.
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Are you missing the wheel trim retainers ; picture below; or just the push on covers ?
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Are you missing the wheel trim retainers ; picture below; or just the push on covers ?
I've got all of the retainers(or as I refer to them as skinny lug nuts) but several of the covers have become quite abused by some cretins that work at various service centers over the years. Had both front tires switched side to side yesterday and a couple of the covers finally gave up the ghost and started to split. Like a lot of rvers, I like to have spares of a lot of things on hand() so they are available if needed in the future. I have since contacted the Spartan chassis parts folks and they will be sending me several of the SS "metal" covers, pn 0114-WW1-003 @ $2.97 ea AND the wheel retainers, pn 0885-3501 @ $2 something each. Should be good to go until they next "thing" pops up.
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If they are like mine, the cover comes with a lug nut pressed inside. I replaced some last summer while I was at Newmar. I bought them at the Newmar store.
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