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Know there have been many posts about how to remove tire lug cover, hub cap, in the past. Found a tool that removes the cap easy and with no scratching. Stop by your local paint store and ask for a paint can opener. I picked up a couple at Lowes and they work perfect. Tossed it in the glove box when I was done, just enough room if you know what I mean?
 

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Actually...

someone here found a solution using a bicycle tire tool, the one for taking it on and off the rim. I don't know if it's any better than your paint lid remover, but it might be more idiot proof because it's plastic.
I already had a bike tire thingey, and being an idiot myself, I'd better stick with it :flag
 

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pry tools

The Eastwood Company has a seven piece set of nylon reinforced
pry tools. Several of them will remove the center caps.
The part number is 43459.
Bud
 
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