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Old 29th January 2001, 13:14   #1
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Replacing Airbag steering wheel M Coupe.

Regarding M Coupe.

This may be of topic but I take my chanses.
Due to my size (195 cm) I have troubl fitting my legs under the steering wheel.
I have tried to find a solution to replace my big Airbag wheel with an aftermarked steering wheel without Airbag, any one has a clue how this could be done.

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