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j hikemper

07-17-2014 06:29:55

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some of my weathered tractor steering wheels leave my hands filthy blak after a long hot afternoon ,,,,, I am certain you fellas can relate ,, is there any good ideas to cure the problem ,, ? I am thinkin , to wash them down with gas , then simple green , then shellack with clear polyurethane ??,, but,for now , I am still in the hay field ,, got one more farm to cut,,hoping that august will give me some slow time ,,

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Christopher Mikesell

07-17-2014 11:41:14

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 Re: steering wheel tar in reply to j hikemper, 07-17-2014 06:29:55  
Wear gloves.

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07-17-2014 10:02:49

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 Re: steering wheel tar in reply to j hikemper, 07-17-2014 06:29:55  
We just sand and grind out any cracks then fill with bondo glass and paint with black gloss enamel spray cans..
We have steering wheels from the 80"s still look good. Nick

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Lazy WP

07-17-2014 13:48:30

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 Re: steering wheel tar in reply to Nick@KY, 07-17-2014 10:02:49  
I would rather my hands turn black then have the wheel jump out of my hand. I HATE slick stering wheels.

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David R Inman

07-17-2014 09:52:59

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 Re: steering wheel tar in reply to j hikemper, 07-17-2014 06:29:55  
Have yet to try it yet, but I once read on the Farmall page, to buy spray-on pickupbed liner at the autoparts store, and apply that.

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