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Dayton Wire Wheel Polished Hub Caps, Pair
Dayton Wire Wheel Polished Hub Caps, Pair

Dayton Wire Wheel Polished Hub Caps, Pair

Universal Fit, .25" Depth, Aluminum, Polished

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Dayton Wire Wheel Polished Hub Caps, Pair
Dayton Wire Wheel Polished Hub Caps, Pair
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Overall Diameter:
2.75"
Depth:
.25"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Polished
MFG. Part #:
715H102P
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These hub caps are perfect for your Dayton wire spoke wheels.  They feature a beautiful polished finish and are sold as a pair.

  • Polished
  • For Dayton wire spoke wheels
  • Sold as a pair

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Installation Note:  Prior to installation, the inside wheel area where the cap is retained should be cleaned of all grease remnants to allow for the o-ring and silicone film to set up and adhere to insure proper cap installation and retention.  A thin film of clear silicone should be used to coat the o-ring area of the cap to allow it to smoothly install into the wheel.  It should then be allowed to set up for a period of 24 hours prior to wheel use.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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