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      03-07-2011, 07:15 PM   #1
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Arrow FS: SOLD: Brand new M3 Tri-stitched steering wheel (w/ DCT cut-outs)

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Hi,

For sale is a new M3 steering wheel with the cut-outs for the M3 DCT paddle shifters. This is an authentic OEM steering wheel.

I'm selling this because I didn't do my job researching too well. Apparently, the standard paddle shifters I have won't fit in here and I'm not paying $500 (Tischer) for the DCT shifters so.... this has to go.

Never installed and never used. No imperfection on the nappa leather or tri-stitch. Feel free to ask if you want more pictures.

Asking for SOLD PayPal gift payment OR SOLD + you pay fees. Free domestic shipping. You are buying the steering wheel only. No airbag, trim, paddle shifters, retention bracket, multifunction buttons, etc.. What you see in the pic is what's being sold. Nothing more, nothing less.


EDIT: I cleaned off the permanent marker writing on the metal part, not sure why that was there. Might be an inventory thing


Please make sure this is compatible with your car before purchasing (ie., you will have to use the M3 DCT -/+ shifters).








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Price lowered.
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If anyone would like to retrofit paddles to their non-paddle car, PM me for details, I can help as I've done it on a few other cars

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If anyone would like to retrofit paddles to their non-paddle car, PM me for details, I can help as I've done it on a few other cars

OP, GLWS!
YOU THREAD JACKER!!!! Oh well, thanks for the bump.
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If anyone would like to retrofit paddles to their non-paddle car, PM me for details, I can help as I've done it on a few other cars

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YOU THREAD JACKER!!!! Oh well, thanks for the bump.
Im sure it wont hurt your chances
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Price lowered by $50 more! Original post updated. That's $116 + shipping cheaper than getbmwparts ( http://www.trademotion.com/partlocat...catalogid=4462 )!
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is it easy to install this steering wheel? I could use a new wheel for my M
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is it easy to install this steering wheel? I could use a new wheel for my M
Pretty easy. Airbag pops out with two pokes, steering wheel trim pops out with 3 Torx 20 screw removals behind each spoke, and so on. Only *big* tool you'll need would be an air compressor + impact wrench to remove the main bolt in the center (unless you're super strong)... or do what I did to install my M-Sport wheel... pay the dealer $150 (1 hr labor) to do it...

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hey this fits e92 with sport airbag with the non m flappy paddles right
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hey this fits e92 with sport airbag with the non m flappy paddles right
No it doesn't. Thats why he is selling. I would love to pick this up and modify the opening to fit the stock paddles.
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yea i worded it really weird tho haha
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will this fit on a 335 with sports package?
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will this fit on a 335 with sports package?
Yes. You will still need DCT paddles to fit in the holes, though. Or you could just go commando and have a gaping hole which you can't really tell unless you feel for it.
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Will this work on my 2006 330i e90?

I don't have shift paddles and don't necessarily need them but am looking into a new steering wheel. please let me know.
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hmm interested... what would be involved with retrofitting non m paddles?
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