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  • pc-11 or pc7

    I have a couple of cracks in the old steering wheel and i can't remember which to use ,or if it makes a difference?

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    JB Weld, or some other 2 part epoxy works well. Fill the cracks, sand to smooth, and spray with an appropriate paint?

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    • #3
      Oops, Just realized that you were asking about those 2 "pc" products!
      Sorry to have jumped in about another product.

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      • #4
        Stan,

        Do a search (upper right on this page) for "steering wheel epoxy". There are several good threads, some in Technical Talk and some in the General area. Looks like your answer is PC-7. Eastwood and POR-15 both have kits that include the epoxy and more of the stuff you need to do the job.

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        1955 1/2 Ton Pickup
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        Deep in the heart of Texas

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