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Old 06-03-2018, 06:19 PM   #1
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Wheel simulators

Looking for wheel simulators that stay on for 16 inch ford e450 motor home ? any suggestions will surely be appreciated thanks Rich
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I'm not sure there is one guaranteed to stay on. A lot of people will use a zip tie ao they don't loose their valve stem when it comes off.
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Stainless zip ties are the way to go...Amazon has 'em.
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There are wheel simulators that are secured with nuts. You shouldn't lose them.
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I use 16" wheel simulators that are held on with 2 nut caps that go over the wheel lug nuts (Phoenix NF98F). My son had a set that the actual 8 wheel lug nuts were used to hold the simulator on, those wheel lug nuts kept coming loose along with the wheel and we finally got rid of them.

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