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Old 01-23-2011, 07:32 PM
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Where can i find helm bezels? I am using a capilano 1275, and as of now there is no bezel and a 4" gap between the wheel and dash. G-H-E-T-T-O. I dont want some flashy ghey ****, just a basic bezel.
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We sell Dash Trim Rings for helms. 5-5/8" or 6-1/8"
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Never cared for the gap either.

Solid SS.
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Never cared for the gap either.

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Is that the stock steering wheel?
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No, stock was a white dune buggy wheel. That was the 1st to go and get replaced by the Momo wheel, but the stock had the gap too, but I don't think it was as much. Just a characteristic of hyd helms. I made the SS spacer.
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