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    i have a standard preface steering wheel at the moment with the 6 buttons on. can i change it for a leather steering wheel from a preface, again with the 6 buttons on, and if so would i have any issue?

    does the airbag from my standard one fit an sri one as most on ebay sell without airbag?

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    yes fella u can swap a preface wheel for another preface wheel airbags you need to check becos some airbags are for 3 spoke wheels and others for 4 spoke wheels

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    yea mines a 3 spoke (2 spoke by stereo buttons, then a 3rd spoke at the bottom

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    the as long as the new wheel is the same design as your present one the airbag will fit no problem fella

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    cheers

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    There's a How2. Remember to disconnect the battery before removing the air bag or your air bag light will come on on the bash requiring a trip to VX. John.Robertson2 did mine for me, and once your shown how to do it its a darn sight easier.

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