Quit assuming and tell me where to buy it, ya lazy toad! (BG) Sheesh,
that I should have to Google it, myself!
Ron Fine wrote:
> On my 66 MGB with original style plastic wheel, I purchased a leather
> cover which is installed with a lacing system that works great. Makes
> the wheel feel good in your hands. This cover was also available in
> 1966 when I used one on my '65 MGB. I assume they are still being
> made somewhere.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Charley & Peggy Robinson"
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Saturday, December 12, 2009 9:49 AM
> Subject: Re: [Mgs] MGB steering wheel question
>> The '70 I foolishly sold had a flat-spoked wheel covered in leather,
>> filled the hands beautifully. My '69 has the wire-spoked, plastic
>> covered wheel, so thin it makes my fingers cramp when I drive the car
>> very far. I've kept it for authenticity and out of laziness.
>> Paul Hunt wrote:
>>> According to Clausager the four different types of column (62-67
>>> Mk1, Mk2 67-69, 69-76, 77 and later) all had different splines.
>>> There were three different versions of the 'banjo' wheel, it didn't
>>> change to the flat drilled 'spokes' until 1970.
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