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Dimension (Lenght x Width x Height)
: 40.00 x 20.00 x 40.00
High quality ABS materials used ensure durability with break resistant entity
Enhanced wire ring retention system provides best fit and maximum grip
Built-in antirust technology provides zero maintenance
Durable OEM paint finishing system maintains wheel cover quality even at high braking temperature
Each cover is uniquely designed to fit 99% vehicles worldwide
Modified and replica models available
You can instantly change your car's appearance when you install wheel covers. Wheel covers, also called hubcaps, can be installed by following just a few steps and using your bare hands since you don't need to use any tools. Learn how to install a wheel cover in just a few minutes to create a new look for your vehicle.
Install the retention rings in the grooves near the bottom of the mounting rings. The retention rings go between the inner edge of the clip socket and the backside of the metal clips. Some wheel covers come with the retention rings already installed. If yours are pre-installed, you can skip this step.
Position the bent portion of the retention ring into the wheel cover's valve notch. This will go around the valve stem when you are ready to attach the wheel cover to the wheel. Settle the retention ring into the slots all the way around the wheel cover.
Line up the valve notch with the valve stem on car's wheel. Take note of the position of any lug nuts, center cap (if it has one), and the overall shape of the wheel rim. Make sure everything is lined up properly. The wheel cover should fit perfectly and securely over the lug nuts and center cap, but it should not fit tightly.
Hold the wheel cover parallel to the rim, but make sure it's not quite touching yet. Apply even pressure when installing wheel covers. Your best chance at getting a wheel cover on is to imagine putting a bottle cap back on a bottle. If you try any other method you have a 50/50 chance it could break. I suggest using your hands near the top and knees near the bottom and apply pressure evenly. On most cars you will not even need to hit# Go all the way around the wheel cover, and finish snapping it into place. Use simultaneous pressure to 2 sections at a time. For example, after snapping in the 3-o'clock, 9-o'clock, 12-o'clock, and 6-o'clock positions, move to the 10-o'clock and 2-o'clock position, followed by the 4-o'clock and 8-o'clock position. Try to keep the wheel cover as close to parallel as possible throughout this process.
Repeat all the steps for the remaining 3 wheel covers.
13 Inch ABS Wheel Cover Rim Center Hub Caps Proton Waja