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Old 01-08-2020, 11:47 PM   #1
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I have a Dutchman on a Ford Chassis and F-450. Have lost one of the front wheel Chrome Lug Nut Covers. Can not find them any where. Has anybody got any idea where I can look or order one.
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Old 01-08-2020, 11:54 PM   #2
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eBay, or from Ford parts dept
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eBay, or from Ford parts dept
Local Ford parts dept said that it was not Ford. Will try another Ford dealer. No luck on ebay

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Local Ford parts dept said that it was not Ford. Will try another Ford dealer. No luck on ebay
Well, I guess it could be an aftermarket part... just seems weird if it is.

Also it depends on what size & type (alloy or steel) wheel you have. I'm assuming you have something similar to mine:

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You can look these up on any Ford parts site. Here's a link to the Tasca website for a 2014 F-350. You can click the link on the upper right of thee page to change year & model vehicle:

(The F-350 & F-450 share parts... and they're usually listed under the F-350s)

https://www.tascaparts.com/auto-part...at/wheels-scat

Now, all of that said... the easiest way to figure out whether it's a Ford part or not is to remove the one that you still have and look for a brand & part number on the underside... then you'll know, and if it's a Ford part, you can simply order that number.
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Many truck stops have a chrome section. I have seen lug nut covers there but I seem to recall they are for big rigs but they may give you a lead as to where to find them.

Another thought would be NAPA auto parts.
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Thanks "working on it" will let you know, might be next week.
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On my 2016 F350 dually, they are definitely a Ford part. Last time I bought one from Ford, it was around $125 for a piece of chromed plastic. I bought the last one on Amazon, not a Ford part but a knock off. It's $40, and after 7 months, can't tell the difference from the Ford one.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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