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Old 12-08-2022, 03:18 PM   #1
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Need replacement lug for wheel cover

Can someone help me find a replacement nut for the wheel cover on my 2018 Hurricane 29M? I'm missing one and so far I have ordered a Phoenix USA PNF98LNT Lug Nut (much too large diameter) and a Phoenix Jam Nut/Lug Nut Cover, M14 x 2mm (roughly right size, but wrong thread) from Amazon.

If someone could steer me in the right direction I would appreciate it. Thanks!
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I would call Thor although it might be Ford.
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My notes say that the F53 uses a 14mm x 1.5. However, that's for a 19.5" wheel. You have a 22.5, correct? I'm not sure if it's the same thread or not.

Somebody who is more of an expert than I will have to chime in to confirm for sure which one you'd need. If yours is the same as the 19.5, then most likely something like this?:

SIMULATOR LUG NUT COVER/JAM NUT 14MM x 1.5MM - Tri County Wheel & Rim
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Old 12-09-2022, 11:43 PM   #4
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Just in case

https://zips.com/parts/wheel-simulat...Parts%20%22%5D

https://www.kaperii.com/jam-nuts I used these guys some years ago. As theroc suggests, I called and they were helpful determining what size I needed.

IIRC If you have steel wheels, somewhere on the flat front of your wheel there will be lug specs printed...
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Can someone help me find a replacement nut for the wheel cover on my 2018 Hurricane 29M? I'm missing one and so far I have ordered a Phoenix USA PNF98LNT Lug Nut (much too large diameter) and a Phoenix Jam Nut/Lug Nut Cover, M14 x 2mm (roughly right size, but wrong thread) from Amazon.
In your shoes I'd take a nut off of another wheel and take it over to the local truck parts place and hand it to the parts guy and say "I need another one of these". He would at least be able to tell you the stud size and thread.
A truck tire place would be another option.
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In your shoes I'd take a nut off of another wheel and take it over to the local truck parts place and hand it to the parts guy and say "I need another one of these". He would at least be able to tell you the stud size and thread.
A truck tire place would be another option.
My thoughts as well. Even Autuzone might help. Our local one has a board with threaded studs sticking out. Find the one the nut will screw onto and you know the thread pitch and diameter.
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If your covers are Dicor, you can buy direct from Dicor's website. They will have all the information you'll need to get the correct pieces/sizes
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