Originally Posted by Oma/opa
I purchased my Seneca used and there is no paperwork for the hub covers. Would like to know...What brand are they (Dicor?), The two attaching nuts have round dimples in them..does this mean that you remove the nut covers to access the actual nuts that hold the hub cover on? What size socket do I need to remove the nuts?
My 2014 does have Dicor covers, my two jam nuts (per wheel) have a line dimple not a dot. The line signifies that the chrome cap stays on the nut. You remove the jam nuts with a T-handled socket that came with my unit when new. I do think the round dimple means the chrome cap does pull off, then you remove the jam nuts. Unfortunately I don't know what size socket you might need.
You're not planning to remove the wheels themselves are you? You will need a torque wrench that can show 450-500 lb/ft, that is the required torque to tighten them back down!