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Old 10-08-2013, 05:13 PM   #1
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Aftermarket Steering Wheel on 99-04

Has anyone done this successfully? And does anyone know of a DIY/walk through of the installation? I have a MOMO Quark wheel and MOMO Hub, Thanks!
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Unfortunately I have seen many aftermarket ones on any models or years and there was recently a topic over this and it too had trouble getting attention, there was one post I saw with a picture attached. You can search it but I can't guarantee that you'll find much. Try google? Or the company that you bought from to help you out maybe.
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momo is for rice burner cars
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They should have some DIY on American muscle. I was going to get a momo as well but ended up selling my 2v. Don't listen to the guy on top ^
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^Jelly. Don't listen to him. They look pretty sick. The only thing I don't like is the hub because it leaves the steering column all awkward
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I tried to get opinions on this topic too bro but with much disappointment. I think it was either cliffy or Scotty that had a nice aftermarket wheel.

It seems that everybody wants to go with the fr500 wheel which is basically a more comfy version of the stock wheel.

But I kinda think this one would be cool on my car: http://www.americanmuscle.com/momo-p...ing-wheel.html

People like the stock look on their mustangs and there is always the occasional hater on herr who thinks making their car their own is "ricer"

Buy if you do decide on one shoot me a pic of the final result. You might help me pull the trigger on that steering wheel I like lol
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