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Old 11-10-2017, 07:34 PM
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rear wheel center caps (on front)

Who did the rear center/axle covers on the front?
I'm looking for the part number / cost.

I RARELY manually lock the front hubs - and have been giving thought to covering them up with rear center caps.
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Old 11-10-2017, 08:58 PM
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I did it on my King Ranch but you don't mention which trim level you have ... and yes, that does matter. Pull one of your rear hubcaps and see if you can retrieve a part number from inside. I paid about $35 each via fleabay, but a local dealer may be less.
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Thanks. Mine's a Platinum.
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"Dealer might be cheaper". That's funny right there.
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"Dealer might be cheaper". That's funny right there.
Laugh if you want, but I have found the dealer to be less expensive than the same new item on ebay on many occasions ... not always, but many. Ebay ain't the bargain house it once was.
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Laugh if you want, but I have found the dealer to be less expensive than the same new item on ebay on many occasions ... not always, but many. Ebay ain't the bargain house it once was.
Same goes for Amazon, but not as often as eBay. It used to be it was almost always a safe bet those 2 companies had some of the better values to be found. Now, not so much. On occasion, they have an absolute ripoff.

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I agree eBay isn't necessarily cheap. My comment was aimed at the notion that the dealer might be cheap. That cap will be over a hundred bucks from the dealership.
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That cap will be over a hundred bucks from the dealership.
If we're lucky, "bushpilot" will report back with what he found during his shopping.
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mine look similar to p/n 1130E.

on EDIT - the 1130E is the REAR cover (It has more depth than the front cover)










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The 1130G is the FRONT cover


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I'd check with Fairway Ford in Ohio or Banner in Louisiana if you don't find what you want elsewhere.
I think they both have an ebay presence as well as buying directly from them online.

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Same goes for Amazon, but not as often as eBay.

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Just a couple of days ago had an Amazon package arrive with one item in it. There were supposed to be 3. Contacted them and in less than an hour the refund process was in motion. 2 days later my card was credited.
The few occasions I've had to use customer service with them have had good outcomes.
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Does THIS ONE look right to you? Part number: HC3C-1A096-GD

Found another PN: HC3C-1A096-GBD
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Does THIS ONE look right to you? Part number: HC3C-1A096-GD

Found another PN: HC3C-1A096-GBD
That looks the same as mine...



Just pulled my cover the P/N inside mine says HC3C-1A096-GBD





apparently the center disk/logo can be had/changed w/out buying the entire cover.

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HC3C-1A096-GD is a less deep (more shallow?) cover -



than my HC3C-1A096-GBD

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The Shallow HC3C-1A096-GD is the FRONT cover.



Front vs Rear covers<br/>HC3C-1A096-GD & HC3C-1A096-GBD



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Rear Cover on Front Wheel
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