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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Appearance Mods Discussion, Flat bottom steering wheel options in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Hi all- Does anyone know of any options for a flat-bottom'd replacement steering wheel for the CTS-V? Haven't seen anything ...
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    Flat bottom steering wheel options

    Hi all-
    Does anyone know of any options for a flat-bottom'd replacement steering wheel for the CTS-V? Haven't seen anything out there, but would love to add that to the car.

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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

    I would be interested in this as well.

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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

    Round wheels work better.

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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

    You might check with your dietician and personal trainer.
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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

    I will admit, the one things the germans get right are steering wheels..




    only BMW manages to screw things up really. I suppose the red/blue stiching helps a little.. but they're still too plain looking.

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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

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    Round wheels work better.
    I am with ya. Flat bottom steering wheels FTMFL. I have chunky legs and they fit between the seat and steering wheel no problem.
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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

    The Buick Regal GS steering wheel has a flat bottom, wonder if it could fit? Would also need to swap out the emblem.

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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

    I would check with Caravaggio. They made one for my C6Z06.


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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

    He needed the flat steering wheel for the ejector seat to work.

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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

    It wasn't a wheel. It was a yoke.

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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

    Thanks DoingOK. MM36X, good point about the Regal wheel, but I'm not trying to blaze that trail.

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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

    Sounds like you're blazing something...

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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

    Man, you just hate the flat-bottomed wheel huh? Don't worry, you won't have to put one on your car. I won't even make you look at it on my car (if I ever add one).

    On E63s I was cross-shopping, it just felt "right" to have the wheel more oblong/flattened (especially with the paddle shifters-acted as a is a physical feedback point-of-reference for the wheel)

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    Re: Flat bottom steering wheel options

    I'm only kidding. But you can burn my eyes if you like...

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