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Sold Sport Design Steering Wheel with Paddles (spare parts only)

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veetwin

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Selling my Sport Design Steering Wheel for spare parts (like the one in the attached library pic). Sadly it was damaged being removed from the car. The black mouldings under the silver plastic trim snapped and the cable assembly is missing.

The steering wheel leather and paddles are in good condition, and it 'could' be possible to remount it all as a working Steering Wheel. It would require sourcing a cable assembly from eBay and some careful loctite application for someone with patience.

Open to offers, will post pictures up later today.
 

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Hi All, a few people interested in the wheel, but have not yet had time to get the photos done.

Also, Im in the process of adding MME Motorsport paddle shifters to a Momo Mod7 wheel, am working with the folks at MME to understand if I need the small PCB inside the Sport Design Wheel (I do not believe I do), but they have the Circuit Diagram and will hopefully receive an answer today.

As for price, from what I see on eBay and forums these wheels can fetch between £900 and 1200 fully working condition. Would be happy if I could get around £250?

Please note that the Airbag would not be included.
 
One other point to clarify, I have used the Wiring Harness from within the wheel to wire up my Momo Mod 7 Cup Wheel. So, a new wiring harness would be needed (one that connects to the paddles with 3-pin connectors)

In any case, here are the photos. Most of the damage when removing was done to the lower and left side tabs
 

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