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    WTB: Cornpanzer's extended hub

    Looking for a Cornpanzer's" extended hub for my steering wheel.
    Thanks in advacnce.

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    Senior Member raspritz's Avatar
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    Out of curiosity, what is special about that extended hub versus a normal extended hub?
    Rich Spritz

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    Quote Originally Posted by raspritz View Post
    Out of curiosity, what is special about that extended hub versus a normal extended hub?
    It’s been Cornpanzered!
    Porsche taste on a Volkswagen budget...

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    Steering Wheel Extension

    I have one of Dave's steering wheel extensions I will sell. I was going to use it on a RSR steering wheel clone but changed directions and bought a vintage MOMO. PM me for details.

    Thanks in advance

    Henry

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    Email sent. I have a new unused Dave Conklin steering wheel extension.

    Henry

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    The Conklin steering wheel adapter has been sold

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