Originally Posted by bertro
That could be the difference. I believe my full wheel covers that it came with were orig. to it as it was an Ohio build. I wish I could figure out a way to keep from loseing one. I thought about thin ga. stainless wire around the wheel clips to the cover in three spots. But I'll take my chances. Thanks for the reply. Robert
If you want to be absolutely guaranteed to not lose hubcaps here is how to do it.
Drill a small hole thru the edge of the cap into the wheel rim and put in a stainless steel screw. Do this at 2 or 3 spots around the wheel. I guarantee the hubcap will stay on.
This does not harm the wheel or tire in any way. For many years this was the only way to install "moon disc" hubcaps and they used them on 200 MPH race cars.
You will want to mark the hubcap so you can put it back on the same wheel in the same position or the screw holes will not line up.
Carry a screwdriver in your too kit in case you need to change a tire.