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Hi everyoneQ I do own the 17" Honda Electra wheels and soon have to change to winter wheels, but how do i remove the centercap?
There is a small hole in the centercap but could I just poke a small screwdriver in it and remove the cap? ****

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Nice looking wheels you got there.
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You want a tool like this to pull those centre caps off rather than lever with a screwdriver

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Thank you very much for the replies
I've used al agled allen key to remove the centercaps, they came of quite easy!

Does anyone know the difference between these two type of electra wheels? The one on top has the centercap that also covers the wheelnuts, the on the bottom has a smaller centercap that only covers the wheelhub. Also the casting is different. I cant find the partnumbers for these two type of wheels.


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the one on the left is OEM equipment for Honda CRZ. The one on the right is the OEM equipment for Honda Civic GT (the last edition of Civic 8th generation - my previous car).
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Ok thats sorted out now
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