Installing Your Wheel Simulators
Installing wheel simulators is easy. Wheel simulators are used to protect and enhance less aesthetic wheels at an affordable price. These items can upgrade the look of your vehicle to make it more stylish. All wheel simulators were manufactured and designed for a particular make of vehicle. Make sure that you choose the right wheel simulators for the type of vehicle that you own or else it will not fit your wheel hubcap. Here are some things you need to know about installing wheel simulators:
- Snap-on design. To install this type of simulator, place the simulator on top of the hubcap and then use a fast and strong nudge, then push the simulator onto the wheel. Make sure that it snaps firmly in place. Carry out these actions on the other wheels.
- Over the lug mounting design. Start by sliding in the front or back simulator cover on the wheel without removing any of the lug nuts. Let the lug nuts and four of the studs clear the four engorged holes on the wheel simulators cover. Gradually lock the lug nut covers. Place them tightly to the other loop on the studs. To tighten the parts, there is a specific tool that you can use. Don’t use an impact wrench. Break in the middle plates in the center of the matching simulator cover.
- Lug nut design. You can start the installation by removing every other lug nut from the car’s wheel application. Set up the front or back wheel simulators cover on its corresponding wheel. Let every other stud clear the wheel simulator’s holes. Put the lug nuts in place again by tightly attaching the simulator to the wheel. Place the lug nut covers by putting it tightly to the lug nuts, which is situated on the cover of the wheel simulators. Repeat the procedure for the remaining wheels.