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Steering Wheel Question #221727 Jul 11, 6:17pm Jul 11, 6:17pm
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Steering Wheel Question
Ive noticed a few members here have two toned colored Steering wheels, and i was wondering did this come as an option, was it sprayed or how did it come out like that. i personally dont have a 7th gen but i would wanna do that to my 5th gen.


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Re: Steering Wheel Question [Re: dman] #221728 Jul 11, 7:37pm Jul 11, 7:37pm
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Mine came that way as part of a package offered in Canada. I know Billy (VSGTS) had his professionally dyed red. Check out SupraStore.com and they sell two toned TRD steering wheels but they run about $800USD a pop eek

Re: Steering Wheel Question [Re: Stephen] #221729 Jul 11, 7:42pm Jul 11, 7:42pm
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wow anyone know if i could spray it w krylon fusion paint?


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Re: Steering Wheel Question [Re: dman] #221730 Jul 11, 7:48pm Jul 11, 7:48pm
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I guess if it's the stock GT wheel that's made out of plastic, maybe it wouldn't hurt, but even a stock GT wheel wouldn't be cheap to replace if you f'd up. I'd still prefer to dye it before I sprayed it, you're talking about something that gets rubbed, sweated on, and sunlight too, all of those things would probably wear any paint down pretty quick.

Re: Steering Wheel Question [Re: Stephen] #221731 Jul 11, 8:08pm Jul 11, 8:08pm
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i have a 5th gen st and its like plastic/vinyl, so iwas thinkin the paint would be ok, but like you said it'll wear, but im not sure what to do to keep it from wearing


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Re: Steering Wheel Question [Re: dman] #221732 Jul 11, 8:11pm Jul 11, 8:11pm
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Why not get a steering wheel cover? tongue


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Re: Steering Wheel Question [Re: OBi3] #221733 Jul 11, 9:21pm Jul 11, 9:21pm
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i was thinking about only doing the part where it says celica right in the middle where the air bag is behind.


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