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Tickford Centre Caps in CSA Wheels?

Does anyone know if the standard Tickford Centre Caps will fit in CSA Rims?
I think they would look a hell of alot better than the dodgy looking CSA ones.....


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No they won't - I have a set and the best I could do was to peel off the CSA sticker and replace it with a FORD one - available at most auto parts. Then again, some wheels do have different centre cap diameters so you will probably just have to do the tape measure thing to verify what yours are - your Ford dealer can give you the different sizes for various standard Ford fitment wheels - there are about three differen diameters - you might get lucky and find one to fit your particular wheel.
 
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The tickford centre caps are pretty pricey also, might be best to find a blank CSA cap and just buy the small tickford sticker thats used on tickford centre caps.

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Re: Tickford Centre Caps in CSA Wheels?

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Does anyone know if the standard Tickford Centre Caps will fit in CSA Rims?
I think they would look a hell of alot better than the dodgy looking CSA ones.....
Only ones I can think of were the 5 spoke 16's on the Clubsprint capri and EB/ED option - CSA made these and you could buy the Ford centres that fitted, however these are no longer available.

I have the CSA beasts on my wagon which were marketed through the Steelcat Tyre chains (now been taken over by Bridgestones) with these you got a sillouette of a tiger's head on the centre cap. Not bad but certainly better than the boring CSA cap.

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i managed to fit ford caps into fake ef xr6 rims but had to silicon the ford caps at the back of the cap.
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