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Old 01-23-2009, 05:44 AM   #1
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Default FS: M3 steering wheel

I have a good condition 4 spoke steering wheel with airbag and slip ring from a 1997 M3. I had it cleaned up and the stitching is bright again. It does show some wear from normal use of course.

$140+shipping

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Old 01-23-2009, 03:55 PM   #2
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Would that fit directly onto a 1998 Ti?
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Old 01-23-2009, 04:34 PM   #3
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yes, yes it would.
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Old 01-23-2009, 11:11 PM   #4
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great condition, would it fit a 94 civic?

lol

free bump on good price!
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Old 01-24-2009, 12:26 AM   #5
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yes yes it would. just need the entire steering column and you should be set. ill let it go for sayy... $180 more. lol. jk.
thanks josh.
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Check list: S52 swap, manual transmission swap, 3.25 LSD with M Coupe diff cover, SuperSprint muffler, M3 style mirrors, AFE intake, ASC delete, M50 Manifold swap, UUC strut bar, ZHP lighted knob, Vaders, M-tech interior, OEM armrest, AC Schintzer front lip, AC Schnitzer rear spoiler, Roof spoiler, 18'' rims, M3 front drilled brakes, LED interior lights, 3 spoke Euro style steering wheel, OEM roof spoiler and bike holder, Thule fairing, Euro tail lights, oil pressure guage, carbon fiber hood painted to original paint (still showing CF weaving), what's next to do...?
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Old 01-24-2009, 02:17 AM   #6
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haha i have this same wheel, great wheel, definitly better feel than stock, good luck with the sale.
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Just out of curiosity does it have a different diameter then the stock ti wheel?
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yeah i think so. i think its a little smaller in diameter.
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Marv's 332ti is in the werks. Stay tuned ya'll ...

Check list: S52 swap, manual transmission swap, 3.25 LSD with M Coupe diff cover, SuperSprint muffler, M3 style mirrors, AFE intake, ASC delete, M50 Manifold swap, UUC strut bar, ZHP lighted knob, Vaders, M-tech interior, OEM armrest, AC Schintzer front lip, AC Schnitzer rear spoiler, Roof spoiler, 18'' rims, M3 front drilled brakes, LED interior lights, 3 spoke Euro style steering wheel, OEM roof spoiler and bike holder, Thule fairing, Euro tail lights, oil pressure guage, carbon fiber hood painted to original paint (still showing CF weaving), what's next to do...?
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Old 01-27-2009, 05:33 PM   #9
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bump.
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Marv's 332ti is in the werks. Stay tuned ya'll ...

Check list: S52 swap, manual transmission swap, 3.25 LSD with M Coupe diff cover, SuperSprint muffler, M3 style mirrors, AFE intake, ASC delete, M50 Manifold swap, UUC strut bar, ZHP lighted knob, Vaders, M-tech interior, OEM armrest, AC Schintzer front lip, AC Schnitzer rear spoiler, Roof spoiler, 18'' rims, M3 front drilled brakes, LED interior lights, 3 spoke Euro style steering wheel, OEM roof spoiler and bike holder, Thule fairing, Euro tail lights, oil pressure guage, carbon fiber hood painted to original paint (still showing CF weaving), what's next to do...?
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Old 01-31-2009, 05:45 AM   #10
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any interests??
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Marv's 332ti is in the werks. Stay tuned ya'll ...

Check list: S52 swap, manual transmission swap, 3.25 LSD with M Coupe diff cover, SuperSprint muffler, M3 style mirrors, AFE intake, ASC delete, M50 Manifold swap, UUC strut bar, ZHP lighted knob, Vaders, M-tech interior, OEM armrest, AC Schintzer front lip, AC Schnitzer rear spoiler, Roof spoiler, 18'' rims, M3 front drilled brakes, LED interior lights, 3 spoke Euro style steering wheel, OEM roof spoiler and bike holder, Thule fairing, Euro tail lights, oil pressure guage, carbon fiber hood painted to original paint (still showing CF weaving), what's next to do...?
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Old 01-31-2009, 05:54 AM   #11
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Ok Marv, how much for the wheel and the skirts? Just throw them in the box with the spoiler!
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Old 02-05-2009, 06:41 AM   #12
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Marv. Will you do $100 installed?

Curious why you aren't putting it on your car? Or did you at one point change your steering wheel and i didnt know?
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