not screwed on used rubber hammer to put on. they are after market ??? thanks for the reply
how can i keep them from falling off? lost 2 in the first 10 miles thanks jim
I have an older set of Rally wheels . . . on my 69 car . So my "Center Caps" look like theyhow can i keep them from falling off? lost 2 in the first 10 miles thanks jim
thanks for the reply may end up the same wayI have an older set of Rally wheels . . . on my 69 car . So my "Center Caps" look like they
" Could Fall Off " , going down th' road . So , I did take & "Screwed my Center Caps = = On" .
All 4 rims & Caps ............................. but , then , I did "number & mark them" , for each rim . Then I
just used some "short 'pan head' type screws" .
I have some pictures - - - - - but , their BIG .
original GM Rally Rims & Caps .
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you get the idea . . . . works for me .
wow thanks did not know that will doHave had rally caps for years on a Monte Carlo and now on my 63 Chevy II. Never lost a cap.
Standard rally caps are held by three bumps on the rim. Stock wheels have two bumps close together and one across. Aftermarket wheels are many times evenly spaced. Lay the cap in the two close bumps and hit the cap on the other side to seat on the opposite one bump. Just banging the cap on does not work well.