Posted by MO8N4ME on January 22, 2013 at 16:38:00 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: Steering wheel posted by Matt Reinders on December 29, 2012 at 21:19:53:
I've used plumbers epoxy with good luck. It's about the same, the best I can figure, to the putty they sell for steering wheels and it costs a bunch less.
Its packaged in a clear plastic sleeve tube. You tear off a chunk and knead it / roll it in your hands until the 2 components mix together and it's all the same color. Clean the cracks real good and push the epoxy in the cracks. It will get hard as a rock and you can file it, sand it, primer and paint.
You can buy the stuff in the plumbing department in most stores, I've even bought it at Walmart for like $5. Depending on how bad your wheel is, it's enough to fix a couple three steering wheels.
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