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My 1995 NJ pajero with 200 000km has a worn steering wheel, sadly most wrecked pajeros have the same problem.Does anyone have any ideas what might fit . Dont want a momo as this is not the look i am after.
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I would be looking at Magna wheels - cant garantee they work but its as good a spot as any to start
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If you are talking about the Foam on the actual steering wheel is loose, you can drill small holes around it and squirt some superglue into it... Then just buy a steering wheel cover...

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I used a syringe with superglue through the foam some years back with good results.
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It works, I did mine 3yrs ago and still nice and tight....

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