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Old 04-12-2004, 09:51 AM   #15
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Thanks Joe, yes the Overlander was custom ordered by a doctor from Amarillo, Tx. It has four beds in the center, two upper bunks and two lower. The curbside bed pulls out into a double.


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Old 05-28-2004, 09:44 AM   #16
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Did you end up getting the hub caps for your wheels with the clips?

If so where did you get them and do you know the model number.

I am having an awful time finding them. The only place I can find is bob drake for $25.00 each.


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Sorry, no. When I had the tires changed, I was told the original wheels were still OK to use, so I had the new tires put on them (stayed with Load Range C based upon postings to this forum). I am currently using the "newer" wheel covers, which I was told were off a '68, that were on the trailer when we got it. We still have the original Baby Moons, but they are a bit rusty, with one of them pitted pretty bad. Some day we'll probably try to have them re-chromed, but for now the wheel covers will have to do.

I can say that I did see a set of original baby moons (not repro's), new old stock if I remember correctly, on eBay a couple of months ago. I think they sold for several hundred dollars (somewhere betweem $300 and $600?) for the set of four.

If you can get a set that works with the original "clipped" wheels for $100 for a set of four that sounds like a preatty good deal to me. Is this a single set that's available or a generally stocked item? Are the original or repros? I'd be interested in more information on them.

Good luck on your search.


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