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Hub Covers Replacement help

Discussion in 'Differential & Driveline' started by Jacko Wacko, Jan 20, 2021.

  1. Jacko Wacko

    Jacko Wacko Junior Member

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    Try LMC or american racing maybe?
     
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    Mine are Crager IMG_20200609_103612_kindlephoto-1658963.jpg
     
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    Pep Boys or any place that sells tires/ wheels should be able to get them.. I used to see them all over the place. Pretty much universal and fairly inexpensive.
     
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    Those aren't "GM" center caps. As said, they're universal and the good news is widely available.
     
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    Check your bore size before buying. I bought a set of wheels for my last truck on CL. I made the assumption the were American Racing, it turned out they were Eagle Alloys with a smaller bore size.

    On my K30 I bought stainless caps from American Racing.
     
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    Do you remember what the diameter was on yours?
    Mine, on a 14 bolt full float, measure 5" with a tape, but the ones I see online are 4.9" or 5.15".
     
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    The center bore on my American Racing wheels is 5.15". I have an extra AR cap and that diameter is about 5.138" maybe slightly larger as my caliper would not fit over the base of the cap.

    The Eagle Alloys I had were smaller. I had originally bought the AR caps and they wouldn't fit in the wheel.
     
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    Much obliged.
    I thought about buying new ones, then put them on when I rotate my tires. But I reckon I'll pull one wheel to get an accurate measurement.
     
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    Thanks guys!
     
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    I have a whole set of new AR ones I didn’t want to use. They send all four closed end, but you can have them for the cost of shipping.
     

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