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Old 12-09-2005, 12:31 PM   #1
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My fiance plows with his 1983 Chevrolet Silverado 4x4 3/4 ton. He loves his truck, but he plows with it in the winter and lost a front hubcap. It'* possible that it'* under a snowpile in the yard, but it'* highly unlikely that it'* undamaged. I've searched eBay and called all the local junkyards looking for a replacement and can't find one. Can anyone help me out here? I can't even find a PICTURE of what I'm looking for! It looks something like the hubcap in the picture below, but there'* a hole in the center for the hub with the 4x4 logo to come through.
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Online sites would be great, but if you find it in a junkyard, I will gladly mail you a check.

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Call these guys..

http://yp.yahoo.com/py/ypMap.py?Pyt=...r:regT:1:fbT:0

I'm sure they can hook you up. They're great.
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THANK YOU!!! I'll give 'em a call this afternoon Any closer suggestions would be great, but as long as this place ships, I'm all set
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Do a search for Hubcap Annie. I would, but I'm lazy/busy at work.

Or come to MN and just walk the highways. You could build an entire freakin' car from all the psrts laying around due to fender benders and potholes....
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I might have seen one in the yard up here. let me know by tomorrow if you haven't found one and I'll check for you.
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http://www.chevyduty.com (pretty good, fairly inexpensive stuff)
http://www.lmctruck.com (equally as good, but kinda expensive)
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