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D14 Steering Wheel Fix

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JW (NC)

04-19-2002 03:38:37




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What is the best way to repair the steering wheel on my 1958 D14? The biggest problem is the "black stuff" that comes off on my hands. But there are a few areas that are cracked and needs repair. Has anybody restored one of these? Thanks.




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James (MO)

04-20-2002 15:02:58




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 Re: D14 Steering Wheel Fix in reply to JW (NC), 04-19-2002 03:38:37  
For a temporary fix, I use a hot melt glue gun to fill the voids. Have filled some pretty big ones over the years and some repairs have lasted for 8+ years. The glue does not get real hard, so don't know how it would do to try to paint over it. My purpose has always been to keep the loss of "black stuff" on the wheel from getting any worse and it the hot glue has worked.



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Don, Luling LA

04-19-2002 07:03:38




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 Re: Re: D14 Steering Wheel Fix in reply to GeneD14, 04-19-2002 04:44:10  
You can also try the rubber bumper repair kits available at some auto parts stores. It's an epoxy two part system that remains flexible. It's also easily sanded to shape.



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Bryan Smith

04-19-2002 13:12:49




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 Re: Re: Re: D14 Steering Wheel Fix in reply to Don, Luling LA, 04-19-2002 07:03:38  
Or send the steering wheel to Minn-Kota for complete recovering. Don't have their contact info but I'm sure someone on the list does ....



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