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Old 11-08-2016, 11:14 AM
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Aluminum wheel center caps? What size are they

I have a 1998 Wrangler sport with the 15" ravine aluminum wheels, I would like to replace the center caps, eBay seems to have a lot available, but range from 50-60MM, anyone know what size I would need?

My build sheet says Ravine, but pictures look like Gambler rim

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those are gambler's
ill measure tonight and post size, I may have some new ones you can have
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those are gambler's
ill measure tonight and post size, I may have some new ones you can have
Did you ever find those Center Caps? No big deal but if you still have them I would take them, I am looking for 5 for the Gambler wheels for my 98 TJ. Let me know, thanks in advance!
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What do you measure when you use a ruler that shows mm's or inches? You could measure precisely in inches and then use an inch to mm converter. Surely you can narrow it down to either 50 or 60 mm if you have a simple ruler.
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25 mm is 1"
10 mm is a centimeter - cm
2.5 cm is 1"

Harbor Freight sells a good enough mechanical calipers for about $10. The battery operated ones seem to have dead batteries "about half the time" for the casual user.

Couldn't imagine not having decent calipers. Much, much more accurate than a tape measure. Easy to be accurate to a couple thousandth's of an inch.
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I have a 1998 Wrangler sport with the 15" ravine aluminum wheels, I would like to replace the center caps, eBay seems to have a lot available, but range from 50-60MM, anyone know what size I would need?

My build sheet says Ravine, but pictures look like Gambler rim

Thanks

For a TJ 55 millimeters, 2.17". The following boolean search on eBay (use the parentheses) will get you all the matches you want - (885PA66,5DY07TAEAB,52090401,52124189,5HT59TRMAA,5 HT59TRMAB). Standard pricing will usually be about $20 for a set of four.

Meantime, any standard ruler or tape measure will be SAE English on one side (measuring in increments of 1/32", standard 1" marker offsets) and metric (measuring in 1mm increments on the other side, standard 1 centimeter market offsets) for the genius recommending SAE to metric conversion. Just measure directly on the metric side of the ruler.

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