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Dan21XRS

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Anyone know how to remove the New Style "S" Series Steering Wheel???...  Can't figure out how to get to the nut holding the steering wheel...  Figured I'd ask here before bothering Tom at the plant...  Dan 

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I don't but I have a guy you can call if you would rather. Walt, local to me, is a bullet specialist or fanatic I'm not sure which LOL
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Talked with Tom at the factory on Friday and he said the black center cover is glued in with  silicone.  He said to take a credit card and work around the edges and it'll eventually come off...  Dan

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Talked with Tom at the factory on Friday and he said the black center cover is glued in with  silicone.  He said to take a credit card and work around the edges and it'll eventually come off...  Dan
Some auto parts stores sell Trim removal tools. They're a bit harder than a credit card and have a sharper edge for getting under. You might also want to try warming it with a hair dryer as you pry at it.
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Thanks for the tip...  I'll swing by a store on the way home...  Dan