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Old 01-15-2016, 05:49 AM   #21
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Yup, my wife agrees with you. So you must be right.

Thanks for the input. Now I have to be able to bend over long enough to get the rear covers off.
Claw Hammer works. Just go easy.
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Old 01-15-2016, 03:42 PM   #22
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Claw Hammer works. Just go easy.
My claw hammer didn't have the right angle to get the claw on the wheel cover and clear the side of the RV. However, your suggestion prompted me to use another tool that worked in a few seconds. It looks like a small crow bar and is great for pulling nails and prying things apart.

While I was removing the wheel covers I noticed that all of my tires have cracks in the sidewalls close to the wheels.

Also noted that even with the covers off it is very difficult to get access to the tire valves.
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Old 01-16-2016, 09:26 AM   #23
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My claw hammer didn't have the right angle to get the claw on the wheel cover and clear the side of the RV. However, your suggestion prompted me to use another tool that worked in a few seconds. It looks like a small crow bar and is great for pulling nails and prying things apart.

While I was removing the wheel covers I noticed that all of my tires have cracks in the sidewalls close to the wheels.

Also noted that even with the covers off it is very difficult to get access to the tire valves.
Would certainly want to be able to check tire pressure easier and more often. Makes a big difference in tire wear and also mpg.
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Old 01-19-2016, 07:27 PM   #24
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Those stock wheel liners are a pain! I found these on ebay, there the bolt on type, kind of pricey but a lot easier to get on and off.
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Those stock wheel liners are a pain! I found these on ebay, there the bolt on type, kind of pricey but a lot easier to get on and off.
What I got !
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Those stock wheel liners are a pain! I found these on ebay, there the bolt on type, kind of pricey but a lot easier to get on and off.
They are nice!!! but I have a chevy chasis. I will see if they have something for me.
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They are nice!!! but I have a chevy chasis. I will see if they have something for me.
What I got (chevy express cutout and those simulators) .
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Old 01-22-2016, 02:00 PM   #28
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What I got (chevy express cutout and those simulators) .
Hate to be a pest but I couldn't find the Chevy 4500 ones. Do you have a link?
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Those stock wheel liners are a pain! I found these on ebay, there the bolt on type, kind of pricey but a lot easier to get on and off.
This is the same seller , go to his ebay store and ask/tell the seller what you have. He gave me a phone # to call, hope this helps.
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Anyone have vendor and part number for aluminum rims for the chevy 4500? That is where I would like to go and dump the simulators..
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