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Old 06-03-2016, 09:12 AM   #1
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Size or part number needed

I just had new Michelin XZE's put on and when I got home, I discovered one of the jam nuts on the front was missing. Dealer called and claims he put them on.
I need to order a replacement, but not sure what size. This is for a F-53 with 22.5 wheels. Does anybody know what size? Part number?
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Old 06-03-2016, 09:25 AM   #2
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Can you post a picture of the one's that you still have.
If you have stainless wheel trim they could be a Dicor product.
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Old 06-03-2016, 01:29 PM   #3
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The dealer is at fault. You should not have to fix his mistake. Call him back and tell him you're contacting the State Attorney General about his business practices (it's not worth threatening to sue about). If he still refuses to replace it, go online and register a complaint with the AG. Also, make sure lots of forums know the guys name.

Last but not least, record your expirience at RVServiceReviews.com whether he gives you a new lug nut or not. Go to a different dealer and have them check the ft-lbs on all the other lug nuts. If that guys shop totally didn't bother to tighten one, and it vibrated off, they may not have tightened any of them.

It happens...a Les Schwab tire store didn't torque down my lug nuts enough once. Tire got all wobbly/wobbly at 60 MPH as they had all backed off.
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Old 06-03-2016, 02:14 PM   #5
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Opps, sorry, didn't address your question. Those nuts can just be measured flat to flat. In inches. That's how they'll be spec'ed at an auto parts store. Or you could take one in with you and they'll match it. Easy to find. Just pull off the chrome cap and measure. (At first, thought you were talking about the lug nuts, not the cover nuts).
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That's the Dicor logo in the center of your cap.

https://dicorproducts.com/catalog/wh...er-simulators/
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I had a similar problem when a tire shop over torqued 2 of mine and damaged them. I found the Winnebago part number in the parts catalog for my coach. I ordered new ones from Winnebago Outdoor. They were expensive at $20 each plus shipping. FYI the 2 jam nuts on my coach are only supposed to be torqued to 40 ft. Lbs.
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Call Winnebago Parts at 1-800-993-7742 or email at WinnebagoParts.com. They can provide the correct Winnebago part number based on your VIN and coach SN.

You don't have to buy from them.

They are a separate company and they are not part of Winnebago. They do buy and keep on stock Winnebago original parts.

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Old 06-04-2016, 10:00 AM   #9
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I just had new Michelin XZE's put on and when I got home, I discovered one of the jam nuts on the front was missing. Dealer called and claims he put them on.
I need to order a replacement, but not sure what size. This is for a F-53 with 22.5 wheels. Does anybody know what size? Part number?
Thanks!
I found the correct replacement "jam nuts", (and "lug nut covers"), to fit my coach here: search jam nut for simulator

NOTE:
Some coaches use "right hand thread jam nuts" on the passenger side wheels AND "left hand thread jam nuts" on the drivers side.

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