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post #1 of 6 Old 12-23-2007, 08:18 AM Thread Starter
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OEM center cap

Hey fellas, Just wondering if someone had a spare factory chrome center cap for my 1995 stroker. (rear) I'll pay for it of course.. Guess mine flew off coming home from work last night. Apparently, the previous owner had siliconed it in there or something.

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P.s. Did find a fuel leak from the vaccuum switch by the fuel filter. All is well, 195K on the clock. Cummins conversion coming soon...(well, when the old powerstroke goes..)

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I lost one too,my local tire shop is looking for one for me,Ill see if they can find another.

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Ford has them ,expenseive as hell ,for plastic.Got one on my truck thats damaged but stays on.
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to keep 'em on, you can use a short (either 3/4 or 1") 3/8" bolt through the emblem and into the end of the axleshaft center. Now I just gotta find a way to dress up the bolt head

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please post pics of your fix on the center cap
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to keep 'em on, you can use a short (either 3/4 or 1") 3/8" bolt through the emblem and into the end of the axleshaft center. Now I just gotta find a way to dress up the bolt head
use a stainless steel bolt thats polished


i need the two caps in the rear and the front one is loose it makes alot of noise...
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