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Old 02-16-2019, 12:49 PM
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Originally Posted by czirrfb3 View Post
I apologize I got it confused with these ones, woops!

https://euroboutique.us/collections/steering-wheels (They are gorgeous! But so expensive.)
Very nice, but much more expensive then Guardian and they require a core exchange, to me the choice was obvious.

I almost bought some Carbon parts from them, but they are more expensive then the Carbon I bought for my 911.
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Old 02-16-2019, 12:53 PM
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Very nice, but much more expensive then Guardian and they require a core exchange, to me the choice was obvious.

I almost bought some Carbon parts from them, but they are more expensive then the Carbon I bought for my 911.

Obsessed Garage has one of their wheels in his, but dude has $$$!
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Originally Posted by czirrfb3 View Post
Obsessed Garage has one of their wheels in his, but dude has $$$!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4X51aOWvLw8&t=1559s
Car has been sold for a while now, nice wheel though.
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Old 02-19-2019, 06:53 AM
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Update:

My new OEM wheel came in, looks good!



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Old 02-19-2019, 02:20 PM
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Looking good! Man your old one was chewed up!
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Originally Posted by LagunaPearlAP2 View Post
Looking good! Man your old one was chewed up!
I know! It was such an eyesore I put some crappy cloth covering on it temporarily and it sucked because I couldn't get a good grip on the wheel
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I also got a new plate frame and a sweet "too soon junior" sticker ha gonna put it on the small window between the seats


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I just ordered a shift boot and new cover for my armrest... hoping I receive proper fitting stuff. I'll know in another week or so and I'll report back.
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Originally Posted by datadr View Post
I just ordered a shift boot and new cover for my armrest... hoping I receive proper fitting stuff. I'll know in another week or so and I'll report back.
Let me know how you make out on the armrest, I ordered that and the Sun Visor covers. I love the sun visor covers, but haven’t installed the Armrest cover yet. I’m thinking about having an upholstery place do it for me.
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To be honest, I'm on the fence of having an upholstery shop do mine as well. I'm very mechanically inclined, but I'm concerned I won't use the right cement, or it won't stick, or it won't hold longer term, etc. I will take a look once I get the parts and keep you posted.
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