I did use the steering wheel repair kit, and it was OK, but it only
lasted a couple of years before a good many of the cracks were back.
There is enough so that you can do it again though.
Bill & Skip Pugh wrote:
> Eastwood had a repair Kit...catalog item: 52194Z, $28.99 (special).
> I haven't tried it but most of Eastwood's stuff is good...
>> Hello, everyone.
>> My original '59 TR3A adjustable steering wheel has some pretty
>> cracking of the bakelite. Options are a $200 new wheel, or a $50
>> used wheel,
>> also with cracking of uncertain magnitude. Neither are particularly
>> attractive alternatives, given that the wheel will be under a leather
>> So...is there a product tried by any of you that is recommended as a
>> restorative to stabilize the existing bakelite, keep the wheel solid,
>> allow a reasonably comfortable grip?
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1975 Triumph TR6 - Undergoing restoration
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