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Old 10-09-2017, 03:17 PM   #1
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Dicor Wheel Simulators

Seems I wrecked one of mine and having a hard time finding a replacement.
Dicor needs to know the wheel part number. This is for an 05 Fleetwood Southwind on a Workhorse chassis.
Anyone know why this is? Two different wheels for Workhorse or is because they are no longer made?
At present time I really don't want to pull this cover but would have liked to had ordered one!
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Look at the inside of the rim. There should be the mfr and part number or at least the mfr and dimensions stamped in the steel.
If you're lucky, you may find it on the back side of one of the fronts. Otherwise you will have to pull off one of the rear covers.
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Have you checked their web site? I needed some parts for mine and there is a drill down menu on their web site by year, number of holes, etc. that allowed me to find my wheels. Otherwise, pull the side that is not damaged and try to find the part number.
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Possible difference in rim width or off set .
I just had tires installed , on my F/L chassis ( 8 bolt wheels ) and the Simulators were similar if not identical to my B-in-L's 05 Tiffin ; W-22 Workhorse . Can't check for certain , he no longer has the coach.
All 6 rims on your coach will be the same , so if removing a front cover is necessary to get the rim P/N , do what ever is easiest.
Info stamped in rim; close to the tire valve.
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Have you checked their web site? I needed some parts for mine and there is a drill down menu on their web site by year, number of holes, etc. that allowed me to find my wheels. Otherwise, pull the side that is not damaged and try to find the part number.
Ditto. Their website has a identification page that leads you through the process. Its how I figured out which ones I had.
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The wheel part# is visible on the front wheel, between lugs. Mine reads: W0002404G, but the Dicor website didn't recognize that number until I deleted the W.
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