If I could remember I'd have told you. But I've seen some other postings
and I am sure you can figure it out.
Just be sure that you get the leather one which is the correct size for your
wheel so it fits properly when you install it which involves spending a
little time stitching it on with the provided thong on the inside of the
----- Original Message -----
From: "Charley & Peggy Robinson" <email@example.com>
To: "Ron Fine" <RonFineEsq@earthlink.net>
Sent: Sunday, December 13, 2009 7:57 PM
Subject: Re: [Mgs] MGB steering wheel question
> Quit assuming and tell me where to buy it, ya lazy toad! (BG) Sheesh,
> that I should have to Google it, myself!
> (G, D&R)
> 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
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Charley & Peggy Robinson"
>> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> 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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