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Old 09-04-2013, 10:28 PM
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newer hub covers fit 99-04 wheels

I know the wheels from an 05+ ford won't fit ours without spacers, but I would like to change up my look a bit a put on 2005+ hub covers. Will they fit? I dont see why not


Covers like these.

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Old 09-11-2013, 11:18 AM
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i dont think the front lockouts will fit. they will stick out past the center cap.
if your 2wd then they will work.
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Old 09-18-2013, 10:22 AM
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i dont think the front lockouts will fit. they will stick out past the center cap.
if your 2wd then they will work.
I would think the rear would stick out more and not snap in place. I havent tryed it yet but i do like the newer style better. Im sure having like MM or warn hubs on the front will cause it not to stick out to far.
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the newer caps actually do look better with aftermarket lockouts. their is less of a gap between the hub and cap.
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No the calls on front don't fit because of the hub locks but the rest ones snap right on. I have the 06 wheels on with spacers and the 06 caps on back and 2002 on front. I wish the newer ones fit on front

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How about if I did warn locking hubs on the front? That's what my plan is. Do warn hubs, and then convert it over to 2005+ covers to eliminate the gap found with stock covers and warn hubs
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I'm going to pull out my front cover real quick so I can give you the exact reason I didn't use them. It's been so long now I can't exactly remember

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I'm sorry, I have severely misguided you. The front ones will snap on but there will be a gap between the hubs and the covers. I think if you use warn hub locks they might fit better but your best bet would be to match hubs up before you buy them. Add for the back out trucks might or might not be the same. My truck rolled off the line add a dully and the vin shows it add a dully but the gentleman who owned it before me converted it to single rest wheel. The rear 2005 covers do not fit my truck because the hubs back there sick out too far. I'm sorry if my previous posts led you to believe different

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the stock hubs are too long for the 05 caps.

the 05 caps look better when you have aftermarket locking hubs, there is less of gap.
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Well poop. Thanks for the info guys. I need to do warn hubs but hate the gap with the stock 1999-2004 hub covers. It would prolly look funny with 99-04 rear hubs and 2005+ fronts
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