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Old 03-30-2013, 11:26 AM   #1
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Not to long ago I followed a thread regarding a GUY/company that forum members have used and recomended to fix the crack on 67 wood simulated /teak wheels ?...can anyone provide that leed?

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I don't know if this is who your looking for, but Gary's Steering Wheel Restoration in Carlisle PA, has been around for years and does great work.

http://www.garyssteeringwheel.com/
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He did my GM issued teak wheel. beautiful work! Dennis
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Old 03-30-2013, 12:49 PM   #4
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If its for a simulated wood wheel, i would look for a good used unit. I had one "restored" a few years ago by a forum vendor to the tune of several hundred dollars and it came back with a thick layer of resin all around it. Sure the crack was fixed, but the steering wheel looked terrible. Now it just sits on my shelf in the garage. I doubt anybody will ever want it. Waist of money.
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Dont know if he does C-2 steering wheels but

Richard Dunham does great work on C-1 wheels.

- dunco1959@sbcglobal.net.
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I used a soft wax used for wood working to fill in a small crack on mine. I found one that was very close in color. Worked great
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