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Old 09-05-2005, 02:34 PM   #1
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My dealership is closed today, and I'm wondering if anyone could find the part number for a beige, leather wrapped 1993 steering wheel.

The finish is coming off mine :(
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Same problem. Been trying to find one for months now.
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The dealership can no longer get them? I assumed they would be available since they get crushed in accidents and need replacing.
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The dealership can no longer get them? I assumed they would be available since they get crushed in accidents and need replacing.
GM only makes parts for 10 years after the car has been produced......
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95 still had the same color, right? Maybe that will work.
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No, unfortunately 95'* had charcoal.
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http://www.american-stitches.com/

This is the only place I've found that recovers steering wheels. When I called then, they quoted me $260 to recover my wheel. I said the hell with that and decided to do it myself. I used an extra one from a parts car I bought so if I screwed up, I still had one that was OK.

There is another source but I don't like the way the leather goes over the spokes rather then conforming to them. These are only about $60 and you have to stitch them yourself. It'* not very difficult... it requires more dexterity than skill.
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Thanks for the link Randy. It looks like they do quality work. I emailed them for a price for the gearshift as well as the wheel.

Now does anyone have a junk steering wheel and shifter they would sell cheap?
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I called the dealer today. With a discount, it would be almost $500.
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Go with an aftermarket maybe? Or a wheel off another GM? I'm sure it would fit, knowing GM'* penchant for interchangability.
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