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Finally in for the airbag swap

Since stuff still gets done even though I procrastinate, I keep procrastinating...


I wish I could replace my steering wheel with an air bag-free version. It's not so much that I'm against airbags, I just think they make the steering wheel ugly. A nice three-spoke would be great

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Especially since I wear my seat belt all the time. It's such a habit I've caught myself putting it on to pull the car out of the garage or when I'm backing it off the ramps after an oil change.


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You could always swap your steeling wheel out for that three spoke and just wear a full-face helmet while you drive. It's all about priorities.
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You could always swap your steeling wheel out for that three spoke and just wear a full-face helmet while you drive. It's all about priorities.

I'd even vote for a law that said the only way you can swap your airbag wheel for one without is if you have a 4-point racing harness. :-) Oh darn. Now I need a harness... :-) As far as I know I can't swap wheels I believe if it came with an airbag, I think I have to leave it with an airbag [barf]
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