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What an improvement!  No longer do I have to kneel down in the dirt and then reach around the tires to attach the wheel covers.  My sleeves and pant knees were always getting dirty.  These Tire-Savers are so easy to use so I use them all the time.  M.R. Saugus, Calif.


Our poor A/C worked hard on hot days.  The windshield covers sure help with the heat.  Thanks.  K. C.  Simi Valley, Calif.


I like the tire covers.  They allow the air to circulate.  The flush mounting on the rig looks good and is simple to use.   Jerry.  Lancaster, Calif.


Installing Snap Fastners
1. Tape the covers to your RV where they should go. Use masking tape that easily comes off and won't leave glue on your rig in the hot weather.
2. Mark the back of the top-center snap (the female snap on the cover) with chalk, crayon or pencil.
3. Press the snap on the cover against the fiberglass.
4. It will leave a "ring" from the chalk, crayon or pencil.
5. In the center of the Òring," make a 1/4" deep pilot hole using a 1/8" drill bit.
6. Countersink the hole and fill it with silicone as seen in the next 4 photos...
7. To countersink you could use a large drill bit, if you wish.
7. It should look like this.
9. Silicone goes here.
10. Using a Phillips screwdriver, screw the male snap into the rig.
11. Mount the bottom-center fastener, then the four corner fasteners. Mount the side covers in the same way.
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