You can try using a slim screw driver or sonthing with a flat tip. It doesn't take much.
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When I removed my center cap I tried prying it off. That didn't work. Use a standard flat-head screwdriver. Insert it into the notch then pull straight out--don't try to pry. :seeyabeer100 said:As wide a blade as will fit.
I speculate a blade with a hook on the end would be better. Slip it in then pull straight out.
Can we get it with the silver vinyl on it??Fred Edick said:drbob,
Went home last night and had a try at removing my hubs. Used the L shaped flat piece of steel and it worked, but once the hub was off I made a better tool. The good ole coat hanger works perfect. I formed a small hook to fit into the slot, turned it a quarter of a turn, open hook inward, and pulled. Worked perfect with no danger of scratching finish. Figuring on how much we SSR nuts paid for a Chevy truck, I'm willing to make this hook for members for $50.00, shipping cost included. LOL
Duct Tape extra cost, right Fred?houtex said:Can we get it with the silver vinyl on it??