Master Steering Wheel Repair Kit W/Instruc

    Item #52196 Z


    Money-saving Master Steering Wheel Repair Kit restores your steering wheel to like-new condition, ready to top-coat Over time, UV light from the sun depletes the elastomers in your plastic or hard-rubber steering wheels, resulting in ugly cracks that really date your car. Our Master Steering Wheel Repair Kits help you bring those steering wheels back to life. Choose the standard or Low-VOC (California) kit.
    • PC-7 Epoxy
    • Adhesion Promoter
    • PRE Painting Prep
    • Adhesion Promotor
    • Instructions and Restoration Book

    About Master Steering Wheel Repair Kit W/Instruc

    This kit makes it easy to repair cracked plastic or hard-rubber steering wheels, and gets them ready to top-coat. California residents, be sure to order #52196ZCA for the Low-VOC kit.


    52047 1-lb. Can of PC-7 Epoxy
    10041Z or 11949z PRE Painting Prep (standard or Low-VOC)
    52366Z Adhesion Promotor
    52017 Steering Wheel Restoration Book

    Application / Accessories

    52195 Additional 1/2-lb. Can of PC-7 Epoxy
    52047 Additional 1-lb. Can of PC-7 Epoxy

    Review manual for steering wheel removal. Wash wheel with dishwashing detergent and rinse. Once dry, wipe down with PRE Painting Prep. Use a triangular file to "V"-out the crack down to the metal frame. Mix equal parts of PC-7 Epoxy "A" and "B" sufficient to fill defects. Press PC-7 into cracks and smooth with a wet finger. Allow repair to fully harden overnight. Sand repair areas by hand with 220-grit abrasive paper, and then 320-grit paper. Wipe wheel with PRE Painting Prep, and handle with clean, disposable gloves. Apply Self-Etching Primer per label directions to fill minor imperfections, then topcoat.

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    DIY Steering Wheel Kit (Posted on 10/2/2013)
    Review by Richard
    The two part epoxy filler and the pre prep solution made this part of the project go well. now comes the tedious, but important sanding. I tried the power sanding as described in the booklet, but it was too aggressive. So I have reverted to hand sanding. I understand why recast steering wheels seem pricey.
    Product OK (Posted on 9/18/2011)
    Review by allens1957
    The steering Whell restoration handbook is out dated and directs you to use lacquer paint which is almost impossible to aquire any more. Instruction doesn't say anything about using the motivators that's sold in kit. I've havn't completed job yet and really don't know what finish paints to use.

    Great Product as expected (Posted on 1/26/2010)
    Review by Zerb
    Everything is supplied in the kit, and like any other EASTWOOD product I have had experienced - no surprises, and an excellent result.

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