Friday, December 01, 2006

...put a little chrome on your Toyota... of the cheapest ways to jazz up your motorhome is to put on some nice stainless simulators to cover your older painted wheels...these simulators are the same ones you see on the big boys and even the 10-wheelers. They're easy to install because you don't need to pull the wheels like you do on the bigger just remove every other nut (carefully considering the location of the tire valves) and then install the simulators and let the replace nuts keep it in place. Easy to wipe clean and it'll keep you from looking like you're homeless! These only fit the true 1-Ton Toyota chassis from 1989-1994 . Find these beauties on the internet at and use your favorite credit card or phone'll appreciate the quick service and the difference it makes in your rig...


Blogger LRodzJR said...

Just wanted to say I've been searching everywhere for these little 14" simulators with no luck. Thanks to your blog I contacted WHEELSIMULATORS.COM AKA RVWHEEL.COM. The owner is very nice and explained to me that he was the only Toyota wheel simulator dealer in existence. However he also told me the simulators were discontinued 6 or 7 years ago. He is currently working on an order for 50 sets of stainless steel Toyota 14" wheel simulators. He's hoping to have them manufactured and delivered within the next couple of months. I can't wait to get a set and thanks again for your lead.

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