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Re: Steering Wheel Options...
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I was given a really nice old Grant Chrome and wood steering wheel... i bought a grant adapter for my 1200 for under $40 Canadian

Posted on: 2006/5/6 22:03
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I have seen B210 GX steering wheeels on 1200's it's a 3 spoke with a large horn button/pad w/ a "D" in the center ...nice!
Hello B210 guy,

I have one of the B210 GX three spoke wheels you mentioned but it needs the large center horn ring assembly [I do have the black rubber pad with the "D" that goes over it. Know anyone that has one for sale?

Thanks, Mike

Posted on: 2006/6/10 3:06
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I have the large "D" horn button. Make me an offer ... I'll trade it for a weber sidedraft

Posted on: 2006/6/13 7:48
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Is the horn assembly the same as a 240Z one? They are common, and available on ebay regularly.


Posted on: 2006/6/13 8:15
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B210guy, is this the steering wheel you are talking about ?

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I'm about to fit this to my 120Y coupe...

Posted on: 2006/6/13 9:14
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be warned bud, it might not fit. I am going to track down a sunny one like that but I'm also going to get the steering box and shaft to go with it

Posted on: 2006/6/13 9:54
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Sorry but i had to show you guys this. This steering wheel came on my ute when I brought it. It feels awesome to drive with but how s--t does it look. Sorry, but thought you guys would get a bit of a laugh ot of it.

Mat
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Posted on: 2006/6/13 12:56
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he he
it looks like a display model to show the colour options

Posted on: 2006/6/13 13:03
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Your right, it is P!!S funny. I have woodgrain on mine at the moment and it sucks. FREAKING hot when the Townsville sun gets on it and EXTREAMILY slippery when I am sweating my bum off. Real hard to palm steer as well. It came with the car but I cant wait to get rid of it.

Posted on: 2006/6/13 13:05
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I use my stock 120y wheel atm with a nice fluffy lambswool cover, and it only cost $13 or so from Big w. MMM, fluffy as and now it doesn't hurt to grip the skinny ass wheel!

Posted on: 2006/6/13 13:16
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