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Old 02-23-2016, 11:38 AM   #1
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Coachman Cross Country wheel simulator retainer (lug nut)

Can anyone point me in the right direction to get replacement wheel simulator retaining nuts for a 2014 Coachman Cross Country 404RB?

I've looked on the cover and the other retaining nuts and cannot find a manufacturer name or model number.

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Welcome to iRV2.

If you're missing one, and could post a picture of another that you still have, that might just speed things up.
Info on posting pictures to posts , is in the" FAQ " drop box , in the blue bar , under your welcome message.
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It's at the Freightliner shop getting an air leak fixed, but as soon as I get it back I'll post a pic. It's funny you'd say that because I thought about doing it while I was posting.

Hopefully it won't be in the shop very long :-)

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This isn't a very good picture, but it will give you an idea of what I am looking at. You can see the missing lug at the 9 O'clock position.
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Brand name is Dicor, same people who make the sealant products, trim is called " Versa Liner " and if it's like mine you have two missing parts, a cap ( push on type) and a threaded retainer.

If you pull straight off with a gloved hand, on the 180 degree opposite cover, you should expose the threaded retainer that will look like this. IF the product is exactly the same as mine.

I have the web site address in another computer , I'll post as soon as I can track it down.

EDIT: Got back in time to add it here

www.dicorproducts.com
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Skip426, my rig is still at the Freightliner shop, so I can't check it, but from the looks of what I found on the Dicor website I'd be 99% sure that is it.

Dicor has a very detailed product locator for wheel parts. Once I get some additional info I'll be able to locate the correct part.

Thank you so much!

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Skip426,

I ordered the correct retainers from Dicor today. Thanks again for the info!

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