Previously Re-trimmed steering wheel

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Previously Re-trimmed steering wheel

Postby simonbuk » Sat 01.09.2018, 21:20

I bought this steering wheel from South West Lotus last year. It was described by them as 'previously re-trimmed'. I purchased it as I was trying to get the Nardi wheel off Kermit, but the b*tch wouldn't budge.

I seem to be spending a lot of money on a lot of things recently. My clothes will soon be for sale.

I paid £135 for it not including postage. I would like my money back please.

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Re: Previously Re-trimmed steering wheel

Postby simonbuk » Sat 01.09.2018, 21:24

Maybe I should describe it.

It is normal colour

It is good condition.

There is a couple of small indentations but when you are gripping the steering wheel whilst experiencing high G forces, it will be the last thing on your mind.
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Re: Previously Re-trimmed steering wheel

Postby Saltire » Sun 02.09.2018, 07:08

Simon, I don’t need the wheel, but if your Nardi is anything like mine, you’ll need a hydraulic puller to get it off - and even then it was a struggle :banghead:
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Re: Previously Re-trimmed steering wheel

Postby simonbuk » Sun 02.09.2018, 07:25

Car is gone, never managed to shift the bugger !!
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