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Old 09-27-2016, 09:43 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where I could find a 14in.sunlinesoloris spare tire cover
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Does anyone know where I could find a 14in.sunlinesoloris spare tire cover
An actual Sunline Solaris cover is going to be a rare, rare find.

There are a number sign shops and auto accessory shops that will make up custom covers if you have a decent artwork for them to use.

14" blank spare tire covers are available at pretty much every RV accessory store and online.

There are also a number of previous threads here on SOC on the same topic.
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I'm not sure Sunline ever had any 14" tire covers, only 15". Prior to the silkscreened logo covers that started around 2000 (which was around the time they standardized to 15"...within a couple years), they simply took a plain white cover and stuck a vinyl trailer decal on it. So if you can have a decal from your trailer replicated, get a decal made, then stick it on the new cover.

The vinyl decal will probably crack in time, but the covers don't last a long time when exposed to the elements anyway. You can have a custom cover made, but it'll probably be more expensive than having a decal made to stick on.
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