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Greetings all,

I get a loud noise in my front end when turning real tight and NOT in
4WD. I know that the fix for this is to get the plastic caps that fit on a
part of the front wheels. I bought these yesterday for the truck and now I
will put them on, not right now, too cold.

The question that I have is: "How do I get these to stay in place. It
looks like they could snap into place but there is no "Lip" to get these
covers to stay on. The caps were listed at $6 and I got them net for $4.
EACH. Even the parts guy said it was pretty spendy...

Thanks...
Bill
 
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grease works better... i use red n tacky... and havent had to regrease
in 20k
Bill Pelka wrote:
> Greetings all,
>
> I get a loud noise in my front end when turning real tight and NOT in
> 4WD. I know that the fix for this is to get the plastic caps that fit on a
> part of the front wheels. I bought these yesterday for the truck and now I
> will put them on, not right now, too cold.
>
> The question that I have is: "How do I get these to stay in place. It
> looks like they could snap into place but there is no "Lip" to get these
> covers to stay on. The caps were listed at $6 and I got them net for $4.
> EACH. Even the parts guy said it was pretty spendy...
>
> Thanks...
> Bill
 
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Bill Pelka wrote:
> Greetings all,
>
> I get a loud noise in my front end when turning real tight and NOT in
> 4WD. I know that the fix for this is to get the plastic caps that fit on a
> part of the front wheels. I bought these yesterday for the truck and now I
> will put them on, not right now, too cold.
>
> The question that I have is: "How do I get these to stay in place. It
> looks like they could snap into place but there is no "Lip" to get these
> covers to stay on. The caps were listed at $6 and I got them net for $4.
> EACH. Even the parts guy said it was pretty spendy...
>
> Thanks...
> Bill
>
>

A generous serving of Anti-Seize compound (instead of the caps) worked
very well on my '92 4x4.
 
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