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Old 10-04-2019, 03:30 PM
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Late Model Hub Cap Screws

Hey guys, I am putting hub caps on a friend's wagon. It didn't have caps on the wheels when he bought the truck. We are putting caps on it now. Does anyone know the screw size and thread and possibly have a picture? It's the small late model cap that bolts in from the front. This wagon is an 89 model.
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Old 10-05-2019, 06:35 PM
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Hey guys, I am putting hub caps on a friend's wagon. It didn't have caps on the wheels when he bought the truck. We are putting caps on it now. Does anyone know the screw size and thread and possibly have a picture? It's the small late model cap that bolts in from the front. This wagon is an 89 model.

After loosing a cap, I just drilled and tapped it for a larger size. Made sure the screw doesn't go thru the wheel and into the brake rotor.
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Old 10-09-2019, 11:59 AM
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Hey guys, I am putting hub caps on a friend's wagon. It didn't have caps on the wheels when he bought the truck. We are putting caps on it now. Does anyone know the screw size and thread and possibly have a picture? It's the small late model cap that bolts in from the front. This wagon is an 89 model.

If they are the same as '85, as best I can tell they are #9 thread, probably with #9 oval head. And 9 is an odd ball size so the best source is old dealer inventory and used.
Need a set myself. its in my 'roundtuit' list.
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