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Old 12-04-2020, 08:56 AM   #1
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Wheel Covers

Well someone decided they needed my hub and wheel nut covers. Any suggestions on where to go to get replacements?
Thanx!
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Isn't that nasty! Happened to us while at the rest stop in I95 in Balt/Wash. I got a set from here


https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fro...overs&_sacat=0


Ours worked just fine and I could not have told them from the originals but for the lack of a center emblem. Our rig was a '01 F53 chassis. I am sure that there are some not so good ones here too but ours were fine.
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I've ordered from here:

https://www.raneystruckparts.com/wheels-accessories/

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Well someone decided they needed my hub and wheel nut covers. Any suggestions on where to go to get replacements?
Thanx!
Part # ph1764 for the hub cover
Part# ph1763 for the screw that holds the cover on,

there is a right and the left thread be careful which one you order. eBay has them. Search the part numbers on eBay. The part numbers are for a freightliner hub.
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Part # ph1764 for the hub cover
Part# ph1763 for the screw that holds the cover on,

there is a right and the left thread be careful which one you order. eBay has them. Search the part numbers on eBay. The part numbers are for a freightliner hub.
Thanx, that should work I hope! It is on the drivers side so I would assume it is reverse thread. Any thoughts on the nut covers?
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Hope for you that the one that took them stops along the road some day to pee and its on an electric fence and it rains heavy all day
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Thanx, that should work I hope! It is on the drivers side so I would assume it is reverse thread. Any thoughts on the nut covers?
The hub covers I put on my W-22 look exactly like pictured but are not right-left thread specific. I would check which thread the hub attachment is just to be sure you don't order the wrong part. I had no luck finding just one cover and had to buy as a set of two. Good luck with your search
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The space between the lug nut's base washer and the center hub cover on your eight lug wheel is closer than it is on the ten lug wheels. I needed to buy the 33mm stainless steel lug covers because they are a thin metal stamping. The chrome plastic covers were too thick and would not press on completely due to interference with the hub.
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The bracket that is left on the wheel may have a number stamped on it. If so it should help you get the exact cover you need. I found Summit Racing very helpful when I needed a replacement cover.
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