The MF10/12 were built by AMF, not Simplicity. I don"t think you will be able to find anyone that still makes a steering wheel for it, but should be able to find lots of used ones on eBay. You could always try bringing the part number to the MF dealer. I have occasionally found very old new stock for parts that I never dreamed I could find new. But be prepared to pay if you go this route.
Re: MF10 in reply to patiolant, 07-09-2012 11:27:47
The early mf tractors built before the 1000 series in the 70's were actually built by 3 different mfg,dura,badger northland & amf,I used to goto a simplicity dealer to get parts for my mf8,he had a pn cross ref between mf/simplicity.Goto link below & click on history & read thru it for mf tractors.
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