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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-18-2017, 02:36 AM Thread Starter
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WTB 67 Woodgrain Wheel lower collar

Hi @all!
I'm located in Germany and I'm looking for the lower collar to the 67 woodgrain steering wheel...None of the dealers seems to have one of this item. Got all the parts except this little collar.
So if u have one, want to sell and don't mind to ship to Germany, feel free to conatct me!
As far as I know now, there should be a fifference between the 64-66 wheel collars and the 67 one. So please make sure, it fits...
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..None of the dealers seems to have one of this item. Got all the parts except this little collar.
Greetings
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Don't know why you're asking here since all german dealers have this part.
Did you made really a research? Took me a minute.

For example Velocity:
https://www.velocity-group.de/innenr...nde-unterseite

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Hi Ralf,
nice, but velocity is out of stock. They backorder where?? Yes, USA. Like all the other dealers...all out of stock. I tried this before, believe me...
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Hi Ralf,
nice, but velocity is out of stock. They backorder where?? Yes, USA. Like all the other dealers...all out of stock. I tried this before, believe me...
Greetings
If you order at Velocity it will take max 3 weeks (21 days) and you have it, even earlier to my experience.
Or order directly at Scott Drake vendor in the US. Some have it in stock.
But if you might need it earlier....^^

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....just to prove you are wrong Ralf....
I ordered this item at velocity on 17.02.2017. Today a mail arrived and they told me, that this item is out of stock at the moment. Velocity's supplier is acutally not able to deliver this item.
What about the 3 weeks you were talking about?

So once again, if sombody knows where to get this base collar for my woodgrain steering wheel....feel free to cantact me!
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....just to prove you are wrong Ralf....
I ordered this item at velocity on 17.02.2017. Today a mail arrived and they told me, that this item is out of stock at the moment. Velocity's supplier is acutally not able to deliver this item.
What about the 3 weeks you were talking about?


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*lol....you mean I'm guilty what Velocity has stated on their website in their terms and conditions?
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If you order at Velocity it will take max 3 weeks (21 days) and you have it, even earlier to my experience.
Or order directly at Scott Drake vendor in the US. Some have it in stock.
But if you might need it earlier....^^
No Ralf. Of course you are not guilty...or did you mean responsible? Not for terms and conditions of dealers. But for things you posted...
I consider this useless discussion as finished at that point..

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No Ralf. Of course you are not guilty...or did you mean responsible? Not for terms and conditions of dealers. But for things you posted...
I consider this useless discussion as finished at that point..
I just tried to give you a source. At this moment in time when I posted the source, Velocity offered this part.
And I finish to end my comments, when I think to do so.

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....you should really learn to read and understand Ralf...urgently

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....you should really learn to read and understand Ralf...urgently
I already did....And You should think about your approach!
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And if there is anything to add...pn.

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What I think is funny is that you two kept up the back and forth in English instead of duking it out in German, it had to be for our benefit hahahaha

Also to throw another wrench in the works is your 67 a tilt column or non tilt as the collar is different for those two applications and IIRC the non tilt is the only one offered.
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What I think is funny is that you two kept up the back and forth in English instead of duking it out in German, it had to be for our benefit hahahaha

Also to throw another wrench in the works is your 67 a tilt column or non tilt as the collar is different for those two applications and IIRC the non tilt is the only one offered.
Tilt column! That would make my 68 vert complete! I modified the driver bucket so it goes back an added 2 1/2" It's still a problem getting knee past the steering
wheel. No I don't want a 12" wheel. I'm 6'6". When I was young(er), flexible and agile it was AOK.


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What I think is funny is that you two kept up the back and forth in English instead of duking it out in German, it had to be for our benefit hahahaha

Also to throw another wrench in the works is your 67 a tilt column or non tilt as the collar is different for those two applications and IIRC the non tilt is the only one offered.
It is a non tilt column....

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It is a non tilt column....
then you are in good shape the repro parts are for the non tilt application
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