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Old 08-03-2015, 02:28 PM
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Alternative centercaps to Mickey Thompson wheels

Maybe someone here can help. I've got MT Classic Baja Locks that I love. BUT, the [email protected] centercap sticks out way too far and I've already cracked 3 of them while wheeling.

Does anyone, please, know of source where I can get alternate lower profile centercaps?

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I would be curious about this too.

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If I find anything, i'll post back! Please do the same.
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I haven't looked yet because I haven't wheeled yet (been getting the jeep ready), but I saw it as a potential problem. I like the center caps on the old Classic II's more - they were somewhat smaller.
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Good idea! Waiting to hear back from a couple places I contacted. If they got nothing may order one of these and see if I can make it work!
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