Designed for 14 & 15 inch Dodge wheels with 5x4.5 BC and 8.75" nubs
Model CBM-9 (9-1/4" ID) Chrome $ per set of 4
Chrome Plated Steel, Fits 9-1/8 to 9-1/4" nubs
Model CBM-10 (10-1/8" ID) Chrome $ per set of 4
Chrome Plated Steel, 10-1/2" O.D., Fit 10-1/8" nubs, car
or trailer wheels
**If you are measuring your nubs to be in the 10-1/8 to 10-1/4 inch size, **
Measure Carefully, There is a Difference for proper fit!
Model 1307SS (10-1/4" ID) Stainless $ per set of 4
Polished Stainless Steel, 10-1/2" O.D., Fits 10-1/4" nubs
Single $37.50, Pair $57.50, Call to order less than a full set Designed to fit 15 and 16 inch, 6-lug, 5.5" BC, Truck or Trailer wheels
Model 1309SS (11-7/8" ID) Stainless $ per set of 4
Polished Stainless Steel, 12" O.D., Fit 11-7/8 to 12" nubs
(Not fit 11-3/4" Nubs)
Single $39.50, Pair $59.50, Call to order less than a full set Designed to fit 16 and 16.5 inch, 8-lug, 6.5" BC, Truck or Trailer wheels
1309SS fits many of the Chevy or Ford Truck or Van wheels to replace those aluminum dog dish caps.
Center clearance of the 1309SS is 3"; 2.5" away from the center clearance
Price includes set of 4 new Moon Center Caps
with Free Shipping* to the 48 contiguous states. Inside Diameter measurement equals "Mounting Nubs" diameter, per diagram below.
Nubs MUST be present on your wheels for these Baby Moons to press onto.
Most modern auto wheels do not have "Nubs" for Baby Moons to mount.
Pictures and Diagram show measuring "Nubs" diameter.
If you have one pair of nubs measuring larger than the other pair, go with
the larger measurement.
On the green wheel, the arrows are pointing to the larger nubs; you can see
how the other pair is smaller.
If you have a 3-Nub wheel, measure across the center and add the thickness of another nub.
Baby moons mounted on trailer wheels that have nubs
Baby Moon Hubcaps Replace OEM Dog Dish Hubcaps, and look so
How to install Baby Moons on Modern Standard Steel wheels without Nubs:
Purchase and install some "VW type hubcap clips" available from various sellers on the internet
You will need to measure your wheels carefully to determine the position of the clips for the diameter of Moons you buy.
Then you will need to drill holes and screw or rivet the clips into position to hold the Baby Moons.
If you install 4 clips per wheel, it will be easier to measure the diameter than if you use an odd number of clips.
We recommend you take 2 of the clips and tape them to the wheel in position that would work well to install them,
then measure the diameter and either order that size Baby Moon, or adjust the clip position accordingly.
The clips can be bent in- or outward after they are installed to fine-tune the final fit.
Phil Here are the pictures of my Chrysler 300 wheels. The beauty
rings fit 100%. We made nubs from small round-headed bolts from a lamp shop (brass
I believe). We drilled, tapped and installed them with thread sealer. An easy
and cheap way to put moons on new rims. The bolts were less than $1.00 each. Thanks, David
Hey I bought these 12" baby moons for my 1930 Model A Rat rod. I drilled and tapped the wheels for a custom install. They are 20" steel wheels. You told me to send a picture when I was done to put on your website, so here they are! They work and look AWSOME!
Thank you, Seth R, Grand Junction, CO
Phil - I Just installed my new beauty rings and moonies on my dad's 55
Fairlane, LOVE 'em! They are just the look that I wanted!!!! Ron M Denver, NC
Hi Phil, Thank you for working with me on my purchase. Here are few pictures
of my 1946 Chevrolet Pickup truck with the dress rims and moons.
Thanks again. Joe L, Epping, NH
Thanks folks! These Baby Moons were just what I was looking for on my
truck! Great price, great look. And lightning-fast delivery. I'll pass your name along to my friends.
Dan O Kalamazoo, MI
Our Baby Moon Hubcaps Will NOT FIT wheels with these inward-facing spring
type clips, marked in red.