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Author Topic: Vinyl Tire / Wheel Covers  (Read 884 times)
DavidInWilmNC
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« on: January 30, 2008, 11:32:06 AM »

I'm looking at getting some covers for my tires to protect them from sun.  The covers I see listed for 22.5" wheels have a stated diameter of 42", but my tires have a diameter of less than 40".  This is taking in the hub section on the steers and tags; the drives are even less.  What covers have others used for their tires?  What's a good place to order these in terms of quality and price?  Thanks for any (useful  Wink) input.

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« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2008, 11:38:27 AM »

I cutout plywood for my schoolie and it has worked great.  The rubber "flares" make for a great way to hold it in place.
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« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2008, 12:59:49 PM »

I'm looking at getting some covers for my tires to protect them from sun.  The covers I see listed for 22.5" wheels have a stated diameter of 42", but my tires have a diameter of less than 40".  This is taking in the hub section on the steers and tags; the drives are even less.  What covers have others used for their tires?  What's a good place to order these in terms of quality and price?  Thanks for any (useful  Wink) input.

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 Those will fit, I have them in black. camping world has them, I got mine on ebay.
In another thread someone said they let their wife put tension curtian rods with frilly drapes over the wheels Huh
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« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2008, 01:56:42 PM »


 Those will fit, I have them in black. camping world has them, I got mine on ebay.
In another thread someone said they let their wife put tension curtian rods with frilly drapes over the wheels Huh

Thanks for the info.  I thought about doing the plywood thing, but these are being bought for me for a birthday gift.  I'll get the ones from Camping World (where I've been looking at them).  Definitely no frilly anything on my bus!   Grin

David
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