[TR] Steering Wheel
ahwahneetr at gmail.com
Sat Jan 3 13:25:42 MST 2015
As I recall I used a paint by SEM after a coat of Bulldog brand adhesion
promoter - but this was some years ago. Now that Krylon sells paint for
plastic (Fusion) I would probably just use that.
On Sat, Jan 3, 2015 at 12:39 PM, Wbeech at flash.net <wbeech at flash.net> wrote:
> Whose plastic paint did you use? I used Bonbo's black flexible
> bumper/plastic repair that worked well in the cracks.
> Just askin'.... Is there anyone that does steering wheel restoration for a
> reasonable cost?
> Sent from mobile Bill
> On Jan 3, 2015, at 12:08 PM, Geo Hahn <ahwahneetr at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dave -
> How bad is yours? I recall you asked about restoration a couple of weeks
> ago but perhaps got little response.
> I have restored one using JB Weld and plastic paint but it only had
> cracks, no missing material.
> I believe Eastwood sells a kit too - possibly there own version of JB Weld
> and paint.
> On Sat, Jan 3, 2015 at 10:56 AM, David Friedlander <forzion7 at gmail.com>
>> Hey all ~
>> Not sure if I've already put this out there or not, but if anyone has or
>> knows of the whereabouts of a good ADJUSTABLE TR3A steering wheel,
>> I'd sure like to know about it.... Any assistance/insights would be very
>> Dave Friedlander
>> '59 TR3A
>> '74 TR6
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