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    Default how to get replacement center caps?

    So heres the delima, on my cross country drive one of my center caps fell off, then a little while later, another fell off. they are 18in XD Series SPY rims, does anybody know how to get replacements? thanks.
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    i belive that 4 wheel parts will sell indivial ones
    that is if XD wont see them ..
    have you tried checking the website?
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    Try 4 wheel parts or e bay.
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    Losing centercaps is pretty common and any tire store that sell XD would be able to order replacements for you. I bought a set of 18" Boss wheels off Ebay for my Wifes suburban and a week after they were mounted and installed, a centercap went missing which the tire shop replaced for me but i lost aniother one a couple of months later and was able to order just the centercap.
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    yea i would call up XD or the place you got your rims
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    search "Hub cap king" on ebay, the guy rocks.

    I think he's in Alabama



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    Quote Originally Posted by dwill3015 View Post
    Losing centercaps is pretty common and any tire store that sell XD would be able to order replacements for you. I bought a set of 18" Boss wheels off Ebay for my Wifes suburban and a week after they were mounted and installed, a centercap went missing which the tire shop replaced for me but i lost aniother one a couple of months later and was able to order just the centercap.
    i agree with dwill, i lost the caps when driving my civic and all i had to do was go to america's tires and paid like $10-$20 for new caps. basically any tire shop can get them for you if they don't have them on hand unless they're just being lazy butts.
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    x3 for dwill, problem is if the wheel is no longer made you cant find center caps for them. you wont have this problem, the rockstars will be around for a long time, they are a very popular wheel and i see them being around for MANY years

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    thanks for all the help guys, ya the spy's are a really nice rim, but one side of my truck looks nice and shiny, the other side looks ghetto cuz of the lack of centercaps lol. at least i look good to half the people who see me lol.

    2009 silverado Crew Cab LTZ Z71 4X4
    6in FabTech suspension lift
    35x13R18 nitto terra grapplers
    6k and risin

    Previously owned vehicles-
    2007 silverado ext cab LT 4x4
    2001 silverado std cab 2wd
    1990 toyota pickup
    1989 Trans Am GTA
    1957 Chevy Pickup stepside

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    new to the site, but looks good so far!! I just bought a 2002 silverado 2500HD, and the wheels that it has doesn't have the caps either. Do I need to know the wheel manufacturer to find the caps? thanks.

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