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Old 03-24-2004, 03:02 PM   #1
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Hey guys.

Sometime this winter I lost one of my stock wheel covers. I was looking online for a replacement, but the only one I could find was $35 plus shipping. My question is, would a generic cover fit on my 92' Bonneville SE'* wheel? The stock covers attach by a plastic caps that screw over the lug nuts, but most of the generic'* I've seen have the clips that just snap in.

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Ebay always has some cheap crap. Check Walmart also, they got regular hubcaps that can go on your car, all being it is the same size.
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u should upgrade to some 16" crosslace wheels that i'm selling
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Yeah, you could always get wheel covers.. Maybe some chrome ones from Pepboys even. I don't think that 16" crosslace upgrade is a bad idea either
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To answer the qustion a bit more literally, yes the clip on covers will replace the ones you have/had. I had to do this on a Corsica I had. Fit like a charm....
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