Wheel center caps can be one of the most frustrating parts of your car, they contribute to it’s looks, are one of the easiest parts to lose or have stolen, and at one time were a burden to find. However, with the creation of the internet there are now countless outlets for you to find that replacement center cap, so you will no longer have to ride around with just 3 or 2 or just on rims.
Adding to the mix are the large number of different wheel center caps, which not only range in differences between manufacturers but also what they are made of. Not all rims center caps are plastic, so finding an exact match requires some research. Check out the partial list below of the different wheel center caps that may be on your car or truck.
- Chrome Center Caps
- Alloy Center Caps
- Plastic Center Caps
- Custom Center Caps
- Aluminum Center Caps
As mentioned previously the make and manufacturer of your car will dictate which center cap you have as well. Obviously there is a difference between Ford center caps, Chevrolet center caps, Mustang center caps, and Porsche center caps.
The benefits of buying a new or used center cap now are not limited to a cosmetic reason for yourself. If you are interested in selling your vehicle, you can increase your asking price by simply spending a little money on center caps. When buying a new cap I recommend using CenterCaps.net, simply because of their HUGE selection of over 1 million caps and reasonable prices. Furthermore, most of the time you can get free shipping no matter how small or large your order is, as long as you live within the US.
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