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Here is what I would do... (archive)

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Posted by Jon on February 28, 2001 at 01:58:50:

In Reply to: what size after market steering wheel?? posted by troy on February 28, 2001 at 01:13:12:

I'd put the back of the seat bottom all the way down, sit in the seat, and decide how much farther down the top of the steering wheel could go and still let me see all the gauges clearly. Then I'd measure the new diameter and go with that.

It's all personal preference. Mine would be a very thick wheel with the smallest diameter possible with a clear view of the gauges.

-Jon


Just curious what size steering wheel you guy's are using?
I am going to install a momo or sparco suede wheel to match my evo knob and e-brake lever. I want a thicker wheel and maybe even a little bit smaller diameter.
thanks,
TROY
87 M3





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