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Old 06-11-2009, 08:24 AM
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Dually Spike Nut Covers for 13/16 Lug

I have looked at a thread on here before where someone was looking for spike nut covers for a dually but had no luck finding them to fit the 13/16" nut well I found a solution that I'm hoping will hold...







I found the covers on Iowa 80's web site
They're for a 1 1/8" nut but the back piece that butts up against the wheel on our trucks is 1 1/8" diameter and I think there is enough space there for the covers to grab onto instead of actually mounting on the nut itself.

They seem to hold pretty well so far if I have any issues with them coming off I'll be sure to post..but for now...looks pretty sweet to me! Beats those other Ford donuts
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looks awesome!!!
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They look bad azz!
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Did the spike lug nut covers work out?
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Those look awesome.
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Yeah they worked out pretty well until I drove through a snow drift in a parking lot and lost a few of them, then right after ran into some snow at the side of the road that had been packed from a plow, and lost a couple more, didn't recover them so i took them all off. Other than hitting them on things they never came off. They did turn out pretty crappy after the winter, so I'd advise not using them during the winter as they got pretty torn up from salt and grime. I now have 22.5 alcoas and have yet to purchase spikes for them
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Old 01-04-2012, 06:00 AM
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These are the McGard lugs. They have discontinued them and will not honor the "No Rust Guarantee". $170 of JUNK!
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