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post #1 of 16 Old 03-02-2012, 08:37 PM Thread Starter
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7/8" Cover fit my factory lug nuts?

Will these fit my factory lug nuts?

7/8" Ford Stainless Steel Lug Nut Covers Set of 20 Lugnut Brand New | eBay

The truck shop up here doesnt carry smaller covers and the closest truck stop is over an hour away, not worth it to just look and see when i can order them online.

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I think the factory size lug nuts are 7/8 in. Don't know if those covers are actually 7/8 in size or if that would mean that they are for 7/8 lug nuts.

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Ya I dont know either, its pretty vague on what they are ment for. And they are the cheapest Ive seen, I dont know.....

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I seen a number you can call when I looked at them on the link you posted. I think I would call and see if you can find some more info.

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I know those are on the rangers, or at least on my old ladies ranger ('02 edge 4x4) those make the rangers lug nuts 7/8th's, when they get cracked, fall off or stuck in the 4-way the actual lug nuts are metric and not as pretty and wont fit tightly in a standard 4-way... those may be for a different model, but as far as I know they aren't used on the super-duty trucks, the factory center caps make chrome lug nut covers pointless...

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Ya but I dont have factory lug nut covers. When I bought the truck it didnt have any, and I bought the rear dually center caps, and I dont like the front dually caps at all. So I was looking for something different that doesnt cost a fortune


I might call tomorrow, hopefully it doesnt direct me to a call center in India


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The lug nuts on my truck are 13/16". They are factory.

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On my 99 F250 and my 08 F-450 my lug nuts are 7/8's and I have chrome covers on the 450

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Hmm, maybe its another early 99 thing.

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my 99 was an early 99

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