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#21 (permalink) Old 12-11-2012, 07:33 AM
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It says Macpek on my bill so I found this on the web, a local supplier in the province of Quebec so that could explain the discrepancy with p/n. Macpek

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Have you guys ever thought about using Plastidip as a protection for snow/salt/debri..ect?

I just bought a 2012 Rav4 and was thinking of plastidipping my rims.
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Great web site that shipping to Canada for $5!

My multifit steel wheels have wider bore size, 72mm, than OEM hub OD 60mm.

Fulton Grease Cap, Zinc Plated, 2.251" O.D.(57.1mm)
might fit into my hub ID,55mm-56mm, with a mallet,
but I have to take it on and off every year for summer tires.
Fulton Grease Cap, Zinc Plated, 2.251" O.D. Fulton Grease Caps F001508

And I found this wheel Center Cap 2.80" - 2.84"(71.1mm-72.1mm)
that will fit better. It covers the full hub area because it is installed from inside of the wheel's bore.
Americana Trailer Wheel Center Cap - Chrome Plated - 2.80" to 2.84" Pilot Americana Accessories and Parts AM90113
Are you using hubcentric ring to fill the gap between the hub and rim bore?

If you use the center cap which installs from the inside, could there be a possibility of vibration?
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