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H2 Rims and Chevy Center Caps

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by 03HeavyHalf, Apr 15, 2011.

  1. 03HeavyHalf

    03HeavyHalf New Member

    I got h2s on my 03 1500hd and i had the centers from my 16s on there and they are starting to just wobble loose so i had to throw on the hummer centers,:grrrrrr: so is there a year that would fit better or am i SOL?
  2. 03HeavyHalf

    03HeavyHalf New Member

    come on guys.
  3. TELORVEHC

    TELORVEHC New Member 1000 Posts 100 Posts

    Are your wheels 6 lug or 8 lug? How long does it usually take the center caps to become loose once you have them on your truck?
  4. 03HeavyHalf

    03HeavyHalf New Member

    8 lug, its a 1500HD. it takes like 10 minutes lately. i can hear it wobble around. its usually only the back 2 that do it.
  5. clgoch187

    clgoch187 New Member 100 Posts

    try getting new ones from chevy for the same year as the H2 the wheels came off of
  6. lancer

    lancer New Member 100 Posts

    may sound stupid have you tried some good double edge sticky tape? just snow balling here
  7. ntbush83

    ntbush83 New Member 1000 Posts 100 Posts

    Yeah I think all the center caps from the years are pretty much the same. You try some NBS ones??
  8. 03HeavyHalf

    03HeavyHalf New Member

    Well i thought about doin that, but i already know theyd bend me over for a new set. So i was considering keeping the hummer caps, but painting the small center part that says hummer black. any ideas on painting chromed plastic?
  9. ntbush83

    ntbush83 New Member 1000 Posts 100 Posts

    Just scuff it up good with a scotch pad and clean it real nice before you paint and you should be good to go!
  10. clgoch187

    clgoch187 New Member 100 Posts

    hold on, they're the ones that pop on over the lugs right? you should be able to use pliers to close up the metals tabs that squeeze the lugs or see if you you can find a slightly larger bodied lug nut with the stock size bore and thread pitch

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