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Discussion in '348/355' started by chrisj951, Mar 19, 2019.

  1. lanab

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    Yes no problem, i bought the same steering wheel from him last year and had been looking for two years, i paid to his bank account and he was very assuring and good communicating all the way.

    Germans can be very special at times and not flexible, good you got it sorted with your friend in Spain.
     
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  3. ShineKen

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    So how are you guys installing the Euro steering wheel without the adapter and leather covered column?
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  4. INTMD8

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    The euro wheel I bought didn't have that ^ The 456 wheel I bought did however and I was able to use it with the euro 355 wheel.

    You can buy aluminum adapters from Superformance but of course they don't quite look the same.
     
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    The adapter is one thing, but I would assume without the leather covered column covering most of the adapter, it would lack an OEM finish. Good to know the 456 version worked! How easy or difficult is that to find? So you have the Superformance/hill adapter plus column cover from 456 pre-airbag wheel?



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  6. INTMD8

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    Actually I have the 456 hub and hub cover so all oem stuff. The 456 wheels don't come up too often either but last time I checked they were still available to order. (unless that was incorrect).

    I think it's a nice alternative to the euro 355 wheel as it looks pretty close and is a lot less expensive.
     
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  8. ShineKen

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    456 hub is a direct bolt on? No modification? That’s a great find. Ill ask my buddy to see what he can find. He’s the one I’m trying to help out. I’ve already got a complete set :).
     
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  11. INTMD8

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    Haha, thanks but no! Still a work in progress. I have to catch up to yours :)
     
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  13. ShineKen

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    Cant tell for sure but it looks a tad shorter, but works perfectly! This is a great solution if those parts can still be ordered new. You don’t see Euro steering wheels sold with anything attached behind it.
     

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