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Steering Wheel Identification


HobieDog

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Curious if anybody can help to identify this wheel that’s in my ‘02. Looks similar to an mtech1, but a little different.  I originally thought it was an early e30 wheel but it’s not. I really like it but can’t find anything matching in the various searches I am running,,.
 

Possibly not a bmw wheel, but it sure does look like one.

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As others have said, it’s the M1 wheel with the leather removed and the wrong center cap. 
The part number for the cap/emblem is 32332206203. I believe they’re still available.

Does anybody recognize the symbol in picture 2? Petri logo? 
 

thanks,

 

bob

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Thanks all!  That put me on the right track.
 

While researching further I discovered a post on mye28 explaining that the M1 and M535i wheels were slightly different, with the M1 wheel being a little smaller in diameter.  I found the part number on mine and it is the M1 variant (32332205848). I’ve discovered a few nice surprises (this relatively rare wheel, big brakes front and back)  in this car and some not-so-nice (rotted subframe mounts). 
 

thanks @bob02 for the cap part number, I’ll try and dig one up!

 

anybody have recommendations on a reliable place to have this re-covered?

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