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      01-16-2020, 07:49 AM   #1
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Disklok size

Following the untimely departure if my steering wheel I need to order the above.

As car not here to check sizes can anyone advise what size Iíll need to fit standard msport steering wheel?

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Gutted for you hope whoever took it gets whats coming to them.. the disklok size on my F32 is a small assuming yours will probably be the same.

Worthwhile taking a look on Ebay you can usually pick them up for £70
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It might be worth getting one of these covers as well, they stop the disklok marking the steering wheel
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It might be worth getting one of these covers as well, they stop the disklok marking the steering wheel
Unfortunately they don't. The Disklok has an extruding part at the top where the two halves meet, what I did was add some thin foam around the inner face and when fitting have the top of the lock at the side or bottom of the wheel, it then pulls the weight away from the soft padded steering wheel leather.

You may still get some small indentation, but mine disappears not long after removing, plus you can't see it whilst driving!
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Ive got one of these discloks for sale with the protective surround of your interested. Only used it for a few months when working in a part of Manchester which is bad for car thieves
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Thanks for offer, bit bullet and bought one yesterday once I realised the courtesy car was a 430GC so didnít want that left as a sitting duck, not that the disklok is any guarantee however hopefully will deter. Reading up a bit more I would say that targeted theft has little bearing on the cars location. My road is in a quiet suburb with no crime until now so I you have a disklok Iíd probably use it at least over night....
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