Show your...Steering wheel(s)

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  1. Simufly

    Simufly Active Member Site Donor

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    image.jpg Here is a 380mm Nardi with the correct horn push .
     
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    Very nice wheel Simon. Is the leather wrap original to the wheel? Looks like the Momo stitch. Either way, great looking wheel with the leather wrap.
     
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    Agreed! I like the leather Nardi and the button looks great. I’ve been looking for that button for over a year. Other than the one on Ebay for $150 they are never available. :(

    That looks like original Nardi stitching to me. Nardi also used a parallel stitch.
     
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    Yes it is an original Nardi, purchased new several years ago. I alternate between the Nardi and 380 petri that has been recovered.
     
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    Can you send me the link to the eBay auction?


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    Yeah it’s easy. Pull the trim ring off with your hand or a small screwdriver. It is held to the steering wheel bolts with rubber grommets. The pull up on the edge of the horn button. It is held in place
    with a spring clip that is integrated into the button body. Once free unplug the single lead going to the back of the horn button.
     
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