The HKB Sports Boss Kits for Nissan vehicles have been designed to enable plug& play fitment of your aftermarket steering wheel for your vehicle.
Available for a wide range of vehicles and most aftermarket steering wheels they have become the most common boss kit available in Japan. Nov 05, 2015 Hi all, There's a lot of newbies around and in an attempt to make the even simple tasks like this more palettable I've made a short tutorial. This is a guide on how to replace the stock wheel on a Spec2 GTST with Airbag and HICAS, with an aftermarket 6bolt wheel, and a HKB ON203 Boss Kit. HKB Steering Wheel Boss Kits Hubs for all models! HKB Steering Wheel Boss Kits Hubs for all models!
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Jul 03, 2011 Very late reply to this as quiet old but installed the HKB to a version 6 WRX today in only a few mins after following Carl Davey's instructions. All HKB boss kits are a correct fit and fully featured for the application. They provide plug and play horn operation, indicator self cancelling, airbag light cancelling, Hicas operation and cruise control function amongst other features (depending on application).
Installing a boss kit? posted in General Technical: Hey guys i just bought a boss kit, can someone give me a step by step guide on installing one, specifically to a datsun 720 Kingcab? HKB Boss Kit Application List 2006 TOYOTA 2 7Page Japauto Products Co.Tokyo.
TOYOTA Item No. Name of Car Type Year OT47 CALDINA T190 922 958 OT48 CALDINA T190 958 OT163 CALDINA T190(with Air Bag, wo Moniter Lamp) 958 HKB Boss Kit Application List 2006 NISSAN 3 6Page Japauto Products Co.Tokyo.
NISSAN Item No. Name of Car Type Year ON255 TIIDA, TIIDA RATIO C11(with Air Bag) 049After fixing, Handle Audio switch can not be used Coming Soon TIANA J31(with Air Bag) 032 ON06 CHERRY C120 709 Dec 22, 2014 Grab your boss and take off the excess trim so nothing is in the way.
Slide it on with the top arrow inline with the mark stamped in the spline. Pop the nut back on and tighten up (hopefully the steering lock is still on).