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Old 05-08-2015, 09:24 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by KennyGolub View Post
Can anyone tell me the easiest way to remove the chrome nut covers on the rear wheels ?
If you have the covers the will be 2 lug nuts on each wheel that will have a "dimple" in them. Those are the only ones that hold the cover on, the rest are fake. I think those ones are 1 5/8" and they don't require to be torqued on, just as snug as you can get them.

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Old 05-09-2015, 01:15 PM   #12
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I ruined my covers well the two front ones getting them off. Gaffney but them in two years ago and they were impossible to get loose. I tried everything and then decided it was a good excuse to get the aluminum rims I have wanted. The tire shop used the big impact and it was touch and go if they came off or broke. They were so damn tight there was no change if me getting them off with out an big impact driver. The covers don't need to be that tight and when replacing I would use some anti seize.

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