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    Default Re: Tri Pacer hubcaps....

    We put hubcaps on our airplane and been happy with them. However, we've never had an issue with the tires needing air added. It pays to get the good tubes from Desser I guess.
    I'm pretty sure we bought ours from this person. This one is stamped "Cub" but if you contact them I'm sure they have one for our airplane. Pretty sure ours say "Piper" but certainly not cub.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Pair-Piper-...edirect=mobile


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    Default Re: Tri Pacer hubcaps....

    Ours screw directly to our Cleveland wheels

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    Default Re: Tri Pacer hubcaps....

    Quote Originally Posted by Tailwind_Fan View Post
    Well, it’s not so much removing them. It’s more like I need to install them, and I’d rather not damage them while I learn and possibly do something “bone headed”.

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    I can't imagine how you could screw them up learning to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Pierce View Post
    I can't imagine how you could screw them up learning to be honest.
    Kinda was thinking the same. I think if you screw up enough to damage the wheel pants then you've got other more pressing problems to deal with.
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