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1985-1996 Fleetwood and Brougham Forum Discussion, What steering wheels interchange with 94 Fleetwood? in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; They're pretty rare. Optional on the Eldorado only, '00-'02 only, and very, very few got them....
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    They're pretty rare. Optional on the Eldorado only, '00-'02 only, and very, very few got them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoistCabbage
    They're pretty rare. Optional on the Eldorado only, '00-'02 only, and very, very few got them.
    I've passed over a few of them (all were black). Didn't think they were super rare

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    Re: What steering wheels interchange with 94 Fleetwood?

    yea thats the most ive found was the ebony wood wheel, the tan ones ive come across were always beat up and/or sky high...now ya know, easy money "IF" you can come across one cheap

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    Quote Originally Posted by CadillacPimpinNOLA
    yea thats the most ive found was the ebony wood wheel, the tan ones ive come across were always beat up and/or sky high...now ya know, easy money "IF" you can come across one cheap
    Yard has a fixed price of 10 bucks a wheel (at least for the older wheels I've pulled). Might charge me a bit more because of the controls on it.

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    If you find nice ones, grab 'em. The FWD guys would love them.

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    If only I had known (same with all the 2 spoke leather wrapped 80s toronado + fiero wheels the wagon guys like)

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    Re: What steering wheels interchange with 94 Fleetwood?

    the pull apart here has those type set prices, like $15 for the wheel, $50 for an airbag, just the only wood wheel ive found in there was in a 2000 seville, nothing worth getting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CadillacPimpinNOLA
    the pull apart here has those type set prices, like $15 for the wheel, $50 for an airbag, just the only wood wheel ive found in there was in a 2000 seville, nothing worth getting.
    Ours charge the same for airbag or non (I paid 10 bucks for a 96 park avenue wheel with SRS and 10 bucks for a nice leather wrapped 80s caddy wheel) I'm not sure if they would charge me more for steering wheel controls or not.

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    When I go to a junk yard, I always ask for the price of a part before I remove it (before they see it), give them as little information as possible, and give them the oldest year for a given body style. That way the part they have in their head is old and as basic as possible. For example:

    "How much for a front seat for a '98 Seville?", will almost definitely get a lower quote than "how much for a power, heated, leather seat for an '01 Seville, with the side impact airbag and seatbelt still attached?".

    Usually, I'll walk in with a part, and they see how many other things are attached, and try to raise the price, but I just point out they've already quoted a price. It's saved me money on lots of things.

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    Re: What steering wheels interchange with 94 Fleetwood?

    Quote Originally Posted by MoistCabbage View Post
    When I go to a junk yard, I always ask for the price of a part before I remove it (before they see it), give them as little information as possible, and give them the oldest year for a given body style. That way the part they have in their head is old and as basic as possible. For example:

    "How much for a front seat for a '98 Seville?", will almost definitely get a lower quote than "how much for a power, heated, leather seat for an '01 Seville, with the side impact airbag and seatbelt still attached?".



    Usually, I'll walk in with a part, and they see how many other things are attached, and try to raise the price, but I just point out they've already quoted a price. It's saved me money on lots of things.
    when I bought a roadmaster dual exhaust crossmember, I asked at the gate (this was at a different yard) and the guy said 16 bucks. I pull it and bring it out nad the guy says what is that. I say its a roadmaster crossmember. he says "damn if I knew it was bigger, I would have told you 25 bucks". not sure how its big enough over a normal crossmember to warrant an extra 9 dollars, but whatever

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