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It would be easy for us to take wheel cover orders without being sure you are ordering the correct part, as some others do. However, we want to ensure that each of our customers gets shipped wheel rim covers that will fit perfectly every time.


We know that the same make, model, and year vehicles often have different wheels installed by the OEM vehicle manufacturers depending on the model, trim and other factors within the same model year. This fact can make a significant difference in how the rim covers fit and, sometimes, whether they even fit.


 Therefore, please call us toll-free at 1-800-259-1773 with the information requested below.

We will save you money and eliminate the possibility of a part that won't fit.


We have over 45+ years of experience in our field and will be happy to assist you. Since 1976, we have offered the best professional-grade wheel trim products.




MOST IMPORTANT:
What is your wheel number?

Every wheel has a wheel number usually located near the wheel center between the lug nuts or around the outer lip of the wheel.

The wheel number will most likely be a FIRESTONE / ACCURIDE number which starts with a 2 (not a 3) and is a five-digit number - no letters.


27995 would be a correct example.

2P43L or 33745 would be an Incorrect Example. ( see figure 1 below )

  • 1. Wheel part# location
  • 2. Hand holes
  • 3. Stud holes
  • 4. Wheel diameter

This wheel number gives us a positive ID on your wheels.

We request this information to ensure you are sent the correct set for your make model and year.

Please have the information as requested below ready when you call us. If you have this number when you call, we will be happy to quote you the best price in the industry on the highest quality, best-fitting wheel simulators.

In most cases, wheel rim covers are not a universal fit, and manufacturers sometimes change wheel numbers used within the same make model and year model runs. We have seen this to be the case many times over the years.

Unfortunately, ordering by make, model, or year has often proven unreliable due to several factory wheel/tire options typically available for any vehicle model year.

Just one example is Ford F Series Trucks. We've seen these trucks built with two different wheel stud sizes within the same model year.

Companies that are willing to sell you parts without due diligence on their part are frankly, in our view, doing their customers a disservice in this regard. Our goal is a long-term business relationship with our customers by ensuring that we provide the best service possible and deliver the correct parts the first time, every time.

Additionally, imported vehicles may have a ' Topy ' wheel number. 127-9TC would be an example of a Topy wheel number...... 3 digits, then a hyphen, followed by another digit and letters.

If you have already confirmed your wheel number, please call us for a free quote:
1 - 800-259-1773


 However, in the event that you have carefully looked for the wheel number but cannot find it, we will need to know the following when you call.
  •  How many hand holes per wheel?
  •  How many lug nuts - front wheels?
  •  How many lug nuts - rear wheels?
  •  Is this for a truck, trailer, RV or van? Make, Model, Yr.
  •  How many axles?
  •  Is this a 4WD or 2WD?
  • What is the wheel width? ie 16 x 6
  • Hub or Stud Piloted?
  •  Hex Size, which will enable us to determine your wheel stud size.

Hub / Stud Piloted / Hex Size Information

The same wheel numbers can have different lug nut sizes in some cases. When you call with the Accuride or Topy wheel number, we will know if we require this optional information.

The following image shows how to measure a lug nut (hex size). ( figure 2 below ) You'll have metric or SAE lugs and wheel studs when you measure.

Hub piloted wheels have the built-in washer on the backside of the lugnuts, whereas stud pilot lugs do not have this feature.

FIGURE 2

 
 
 
 Hub Pilot Sizes
30 mm, 32 mm, 33 mm 38 mm
Stud Pilot Sizes
1.5", 1.75", 1 5/8"
Hex size (lug nut size)
We offer the best fit in our industry. Our simulators are manufactured in ISO 9000 9001 rated factories. These certifications ensure the best quality rim covers you can buy.

Cheap stainless will rust in time, and unfortunately, some unscrupulous companies are making false claims about quality.
 
Our Lifetime Warranty Series Simulators are made of the bright polished, mirror finish, never rust stainless steel. They will look the same the day they are installed when you finally retire your vehicle.


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