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1993 Mazda 929 leather with cruise control

I want to fit a smaller steering wheel on this car to make getting in and out easier.Where can I get a suitable bos kit to hopefullly fit a 'Drifter' type wheel or any other smaller steering wheel?
Thanking you in anticipation
Tony Earle. (Ulverstone, Tasmania)

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  • earle46 Jul 17, 2008

    This advice only tells me how to remove the existing steering wheel. What I want to know is what bos I will need to fit a new, smaller, steering wheel bearing in mind that the car has cruise control, It does not have an airbag.Where can I get this bos from?? Tony Earle

  • earle46 Jul 17, 2008

    Thankyou Chris07551 BUT the whole point is...........

    WHERE DO I GET A SUITABLE BOS KIT FROM??

    I have tried the usual outlets but they cannot help me. Perhaps I will have to have one made especially to fit my 1993 Mazda 929. If so WHO will make one up?

    Thanks so far. Tony Earle.

  • earle46 Jul 18, 2008

    Thankyou again Chris07551.

    I live in Ulverstone on the North Coast of Tasmania close to Devonport, I would be very grateful if you can locate a suitable bos kit for a 1993 Mazda 929 with cruise control. None of the usual outlets around here are unable to help.

    Kind reards earle46. (Tony Earle Tel 03 6425 7454)

  • earle46 Jul 26, 2008

    I still have not received an answer to my origional enquiry dated 07/16/2008 !

    IS THERE ANYBODY OUT THERE WHO CAN HELP !

    Here's hoping.......earle46

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U need to go with good car mechenic he will help u batter how it will help to fit a small setering in your car

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    sandip panchal Jul 17, 2008

    if holes dosent match he do new hole to fit your small setring

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Ok u have to get a boss kit to suit your car
from super cheap ,autobarn or were ever u are located there is a outlet for these goods all boss kits have at least 12 or 14 holes so and after market steering wheel fit on, any brand u just move the steering wheel around till the right hole lines up usually straight away i do this all the time so desent matter if its a drift ,momo,woodgrain,autotenica they will all fit the boss kit,but make sure you get the boss kit to suit your can if u need more on how to put it on just write back im chris07551

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  • chris07551 Jul 17, 2008

    u dont need no machanic what the you put your steering straight take old one off put boss kit on do bolt up put steering wheel on then horn button with wire no need to un do positive put cover over horn do allen key nuts up and done this is so simple

  • chris07551 Jul 17, 2008

    ok tell me wat area your in and ill see if there is any out lets near you also some cars are compatible with others o another cars boss kit will fit your car ill find out for you ok

  • chris07551 Jul 18, 2008

    ok ill have a look for u and get back to u

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Isnt the steering wheel adjustable?

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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    Yaz S Jul 16, 2008

    To get started on the installation, point the car wheels straight ahead and disconnect the car battery. Next remove the horn button or ring on the stock wheel so you can see the large nut holding the old wheel on. (Usually there are two screws on the back holding the horn ring and center cover on.)

    Now remove the large nut holding the wheel to the shaft. Mark the shaft to indicate the location of the top of the wheel. Next you will need a small inexpensive wheel puller (available at most auto parts stores) to remove the old wheel.

    If a puller is not available, you may improvise an efficient one to do the job. By drilling two holes of the proper size in a short steel bar and using two screws of the proper length, you can tighten them and pull the old wheel very easily. Then simply reverse the procedure and you'll have a new steering wheel in short order, giving your restoration project a shot in the arm.

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    Yaz S Jul 16, 2008

    if u have an air bag



    First either find the fuse for the airbag or remove the battery cable so that you don’t accidentally make the airbag go off. Make sure that the steering wheel is turned to where tour wheels are straight foreward. To remove the steering wheel, start with the four bolts in the back side of the wheel. These nuts will allow the air bag to be removed.

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