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Old 05-22-2020, 11:25 AM   #1
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Looking for hubcap

I am looking for a matching hub cap for my 2008 Winnie Adventurer. This is for the front wheel. Does anyone know where I can find one?

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Old 05-22-2020, 09:47 PM   #2
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Old 05-23-2020, 06:41 AM   #3
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Thank you for your reply. I reached out to them and they claim they can help. No one in the parts department until Tuesday and they will contact me then. Works for me! Thanks again!
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They are my go-to place for parts. Glad they could help.
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Old 05-26-2020, 11:01 AM   #5
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They are my go-to place for parts. Glad they could help.
Well, unfortunately, that didn't work out too well. They contacted Winnabago as well as Workhorse and they both claim it's not their item. Mmmmmmmm. Back to square one! Got a call into Alcoa and had to leave a voice mail. Hopefully, someone will call me back. Never thought it would be this tough to find a hubcap.
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Well, unfortunately, that didn't work out too well. They contacted Winnabago as well as Workhorse and they both claim it's not their item. Mmmmmmmm. Back to square one! Got a call into Alcoa and had to leave a voice mail. Hopefully, someone will call me back. Never thought it would be this tough to find a hubcap.
No one called back from Alcoa but did finally get a hold of a person there today. Turns out that almost everyone from that office is furloughed. Sent the nice lady the picture of said hubcap. She knew right away what part number it was. Gave me the number to their accessories department and the part number. I called. They have it in stock and it will be shipped. Expensive little bugger!
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Yes, they are expensive. I've lost a few over the years. Glad you got it worked out. Good job.
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On a side note..... we'll be down in Texas next winter. Recently retired and finally get to do what we've been wanting to do for a long time............ to get out of the cold, snow and ice. Can't wait!!
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But then you may also want to know that the virus is just really beginning to pick up here, so that your part of New York may be much more open as well as safer than South Texas by winter. I'm just North of Austin and this area is still increasing in hospital admissions and deaths each day. Rural South Texas is expected to get overrun sooner due to the lack of large medical so closing down may come quicker there than here where we have more slack on hospital beds.
No way to predict as it depends on how the public reacts.
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But then you may also want to know that the virus is just really beginning to pick up here, so that your part of New York may be much more open as well as safer than South Texas by winter. I'm just North of Austin and this area is still increasing in hospital admissions and deaths each day. Rural South Texas is expected to get overrun sooner due to the lack of large medical so closing down may come quicker there than here where we have more slack on hospital beds.
No way to predict as it depends on how the public reacts.
I wish you all the best. Stay safe and healthy!

Here in WNY we are pretty rural and somewhat removed from the large urban centers. I think we only had 40'ish confirmed cases in our entire county. That being said, we are headed for Rockport. We just hope and pray that things will have eased up by November, when we plan on making the pilgrimage. We love it in Texas and have been waiting a long time for this. Hopefully, it all works out.
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You are lucky you could just buy one. Mine were not Alcoa, but original equipment Winnebago. Both Winnebago and Lichtsinn would only sell me a pair and I exhausted all of the RV junkyards I could find. I even went junk hunting in Arizona at one and no luck. It seemed like most on-line sources that I checked only sold them in sets of 4. After about 2 or 3 years going with bare nuts, I finally broke down and bought a pair. I have an extra 19.5" front wheel cover if anyone is interested.
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No one called back from Alcoa but did finally get a hold of a person there today. Turns out that almost everyone from that office is furloughed. Sent the nice lady the picture of said hubcap. She knew right away what part number it was. Gave me the number to their accessories department and the part number. I called. They have it in stock and it will be shipped. Expensive little bugger!
I need one too. 08 winn adv 35A. send ph# and part # please. I had just put baby moons on.
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I picked one up from http://buytruckwheels.com for $59 shipped.

I see they have them for $28 if you don't mind some defects:

https://buytruckwheels.com/products/...less-front-cap
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Try Amazon. I am amazed at all they carry which fits my 2005 Adventurer - on a W22 Workhorse Chassis. Just a few that I've found include spark plugs, plug wires, ignition harnesses, shocks, tires, wheels, cabinet hardware, water filters, gas filters, Onan gen parts, wiper blades, and on and on. Bet you will find what you are looking for there.
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I need one too. 08 winn adv 35A. send ph# and part # please. I had just put baby moons on.
Sorry. I didn't see your post 'till today.

Call Haltec (accessories for Alcoa) 800-321-6471 Pt. # 001402. It is exactly the same as the picture in my original post. Delivery was very fast!

Warning: That puppy is pricey.... I ended up paying $72 w/ shipping, tax, etc. but it matches the other perfectly.
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Sorry. I didn't see your post 'till today.

Call Haltec (accessories for Alcoa) 800-321-6471 Pt. # 001402. It is exactly the same as the picture in my original post. Delivery was very fast!

Warning: That puppy is pricey.... I ended up paying $72 w/ shipping, tax, etc. but it matches the other perfectly.
Well, go figure, I just got a call from the repair shop where I had taken the coach for a tuneup, etc. Someone living a couple miles down the road found my hubcap. I asked them to hang onto it until I get there on Friday to replace the dullies and I'll just keep it as a spare.
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