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Full Moon Style 15 Inch Wheel Covers, Set/4
Full Moon Style 15 Inch Wheel Covers, Set/4

Full Moon Style 15 Inch Wheel Covers, Set/4

Universal Fit, Steel, Chrome

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Full Moon Style 15 Inch Wheel Covers, Set/4
Full Moon Style 15 Inch Wheel Covers, Set/4
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Material Type:
Steel
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Chrome
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Chrome plated full moon hub caps will clip onto about any 15 inch steel wheel.

Set of four.

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The Full Moon caps that we offer will cover the entire wheel and have "teeth" that grip your wheel at the very outside diameter (like nearly all full-coverage hubcap designs do).

The net crown in the center of the hub cap is 1-3/8".  This is taken from where the hub cap will rest on the wheel to the inside of the crown in the center of the cap.  You will need to compare to your wheel and hub to verify fit.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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