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    Fulvia hub caps

    Bought these a few years ago to remove ?Lancia? emblem and fit to front clam. I now realise it?s now unlikely I?ll remove lamp pod from my car and if I do I?ll insert the logo provided by LB.

    I paid ?60 for the 4. PM me if you want one or the set with an offer. Looking to recoup cost if I can.

    I am presuming these are close to the correct ones which you remove from hub cap and drill/tap a threaded stud into.

    All the best
    Neil

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    Re: Fulvia hub caps

    Quote Originally Posted by Neil63 View Post
    I am presuming these are close to the correct ones which you remove from hub cap and drill/tap a threaded stud into.
    They are 100% authentic Neil.
    The OE Stratos Stradale nose badge is the same part, but with two small and shallow self tapping screws.

    For anyone removing Fulvia hub cap badges, carefully grind the least amount of the rivets on the reverse of the cap to release the badge. Don't drill the rivets out.
    There's precious little metal to fit to either fit captive studs or small self tappers, as it is.

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    Re: Fulvia hub caps

    Thanks Chris for confirming

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    Re: Fulvia hub caps

    I didn?t trust self tappers and used big head studs (4mm, supplied by CBS)) and some Epoxy resin on mine! Very robust! Flattend the rivet remains before glueing the studs!

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    Re: Fulvia hub caps

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodie View Post
    I didn?t trust self tappers and used big head studs (4mm, supplied by CBS)) and some Epoxy resin on mine! Very robust! Flattend the rivet remains before glueing the studs!

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    I like that Solution Michael. I'll give it a go on mine. Thanks for sharing.
    Cheers!
    Ade
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    Re: Fulvia hub caps

    I used upside down rivnuts bonded to the rear of the badge as they have a big flange and then a bolt/machine screws with a big washer through the clip

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