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Any opinion on which of the oem looking woodgrain steering wheels is the best quality?

Some are direct fit, some require an adapter.

CJ Pony has several, but some of them have no data on who manufactures them.

Price wise, it looks like $400-ish is the going rate for brand names.

At that price point, Im not going to quibble over a few bucks looking for the lowest price, Im more concerned with best quality.
 

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NPD has a better description on what's what.
 

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+1 on the NPD ones, I have one and it's fine. Like all "wood" wheels (ie. "fordwood" plastic), expect a small crack to appear after a number of years if your car experiences any significant temperature or humidity differences. But the originals did that, too. That being said, the NPD one I have still looks nice after 14 years.
 

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I ordered one direct from Moto-Lita and am very happy with it. Less than $300 with the billet horn button, even with shipping from UK. $70 for the adapter from Summit.
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