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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-26-2012, 09:33 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone found an alternate for the Cam adjuster bolt heads covers (1 on each head on the 100 ci victory power plant). I've found them at Ness, and J&P but don't care for either. The bolt head is 1.060" across and can't find anything close. Ideas?
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Tractor trailer rig wheel lug covers work if it's the round style and not the elongated like on the 92" Freedom motor. Black actually makes them go away and chrome brings attention to them. Just depends on if you like more bling or not.
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Thanks! I'm all about the black option. I'm slowly murdering out my kingpin. It has some chrome and always will to enhance the black but the less attention drawn to the eyesore adjusters the better.
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Yes a semi lug nut caps work well. You can work at it with some sandpaper and scuff up that chrome and paint it black. Silicon will hold it in place if you let it dry.

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I was thinking about painting mine flat black, using high temp paint. Has anyone tried that and how did that work for you?

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