PADDED STEERING WHEEL COVER - TRUCK WHEEL STUDS.
Padded Steering Wheel Cover
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Title: 2007 SEA RAY 185 SPORT Location: eBay - Atlanta GA Vehicle Information Hull ID Number: serv4527l607 Condition: Used Features Type: Bowrider Engine type: Single inboard/outboard Use: Fresh water Length (feet): 19.0 Engine make: Mercury Primary fuel type: Gas Beam (feet): 7.0 Engine model: 4.3 mercruiser V6 Fuel capacity (gallons): 21-30 Perfect runabout for the all around boater. Economical Mercruiser 3.0L with only 52 hours of use. Always kept out of the water. Ready for a another season of fun! The trailer in the picture is included and has a swing away tongue so you can fit it in a garage. Cockpit Cover and Bow Cover, Depth Finder. Standard CD Player on board, Tilt Steering Wheel, Power Steering and huge in floor storage for skis and such. Features and standard equipment Hull and deck features Bow and stern eyes, stainless Steel Seats, custom Sea Ray Thru Bolted Stainless Steel Deck, integral bow and aft seating Drain plug, brass-threaded - garboard Gel coat, pearl Hardware, stainless steel Light stern - removable Lights, navigation - stainless steel Resin, High performance vinylester Rub rail, PVC white w/stainless steel insert Shrink wrap, reusable cover\ Ski Tow eye, stainless steel Swim platform, additional extended w/stainless steel three step swim ladder Thru Hull fittings, stainless steel Vent System, Engine compartment - integral Windshield, custom three piece tempered/Tinted curved glass with walk thru Cockpit Features Beverage holder - 6 Dash w/visor, custom soft touchfloor, finished fiberglass stringer system Glove box lockable soft touch Grab handles Outlet 12V accessory, 12V am/fm single CD w/weatherproof speakers Storage, side Panels Storage Ski/Wakeboard w/vinyl matting and gas assisted fiberglass lid Sun pad port and starboard gull wind hatches we/gas assisted lifts Vinyl, marine grade we/mildew and UV protection Seating: Aft bench seat Bow rider w/molded in armrest and storage below Bucket seats w/swivel and slider functions and sport logos Helm Alarms, engine - oil water Horn Instrumentation custom Sea Ray Glare night lighting Speedometer Meter Trim Water temperature Shift and throttle Lever w/trim switch and Lanyard Stop Switch Steering Power Assisted Sterring, Tilt Wheel Steering Wheel, Custom Padded Switch Panel w/weatherproof Lighted Chrome Toggle Switches Tilt and trim Power Electric Systems Battery Tray w/Mount Fuse Block Wiring, color coded with chafe protection Engine Compartment Bilge Pump 12V Automatic Blower, 12V Bilge Fire Extinguisher Discharge Port Gel Coated Engine Compartment Insulated engine compartment Fuel System Fuel lines USCG type A-1 Fuel Tank w/Anti Siphon Valve with Electric Sending Unit]
Removing the steering wheel
Getting the old wheel off is by most reports a git of a job, made harder by the later models having a collapsible steering column. This means the normal method of giving the steering wheel nut a whack with a hammer cannot be used for risk of having the column collapse. First up was to get access to the nut under the boss. The OEM wheel has an MG badge in the centre, held in place by a little ridge of the covering rubber material. A thin screwdriver (ideally a micro-driver) allows you to lever the disc out without damaging the surround. Now you'll see the nut which shouldn't take too much effort to undo. Chances are that the wheel will be stuck fast on the splines which keep it and the column aligned. You now have two options to try and remove the wheel. The first is the 'just pull it' method. This varies from literally just pulling at it, through to applying alternating push/pull force to opposite sides of the wheel, to jamming your knees behind it. If you try any of these, please make sure that you leave the nut on a few turns as when the wheel releases it'll come off fast and could easily leave you with a bloody nose! We did all of these, including injecting WD40 down the splines over several days, without any movement. The second method is to use a puller. Moss supply the proper tool, but you'll probably only use it once and it's pretty expensive. The other option is to use a hub puller, but the issue with the OEM wheels is that their spoke alignment make it awkward to get a purchase and the rubber coating can easily be damaged. We managed to borrow a two-armed hub puller and added a couple of spars of wood for it to attach to behind the spokes. After the first fitting we added some padding between the wood and the wheel to protect the surface. The puller did the trick, revealing the splines on the column and the plastic disc which allows the wheel to cancel the indicators after cornering. The boss has two 'fingers' which fit into slots in this disc to turn it. Next up was to fit the new wheel, this one will be going on my garage wall!