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Old 08-16-2017, 05:49 PM   #1
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Lug nuts

I need to source some wheel cover retaining nuts for my 2005 Allegro Open Road. They a 30mm wide with approx. 16 threads per inch and fit on about 7/8" in diameter stud. They hold the wheel cover against the actual lug nuts then the decorative stainless steel lug nut cover is tapped on. Any ideas and where to find such an animal?
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I got replacement 'half' nuts from Dicor, in Elkhart, IN. Another source might be a large truck stop trucker parts store.
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Wheel cover retaining nuts are generally specific to the brand of wheel covers. A pic of your wheel covers would help in possibly identifying them, which would go a long way towards finding replacements.
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Have you called the Tiffin parts department?
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I would think that Tiffin could supply them!

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