These billet, dome-style horn buttons fit Billet Specialties Billet Steering Wheels, as well as other aftermarket steering wheels with the 9-hole mounting pattern. Standard size buttons do show the mounting bolts.
Pro-Style Horn Buttons: 3D CNC machined, polished or black anodized, smooth or riveted (polished and black rivets are both included on the riveted models), the combinations are many the styling is endless! The Pro-Style series of billet horn buttons has taken something as simple as a horn button and turned it into another piece of automotive art. Precision machining paths, billet aluminum construction and the utmost attention to detail combine to form a horn button that is not only functional but will shine in your ride like a piece of automotive jewelery.
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Is the Jegs brand Horn Button part number 70455 $29.99 as good as the Billet Specialties one part number 32125 $47.95. Iam about to order a Billet Specialties steering wheel EDGE 14" will the Jegs one fit and look as good as the Billet Specialties
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