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  1. ProSport

    ProSport Active Member

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    I have a 70 Challenger, I believe the steering wheel is a 72 style, 2 spoke.
    It measures 15.25" diameter, too big for me. I'm gonna go with an aftermarket wheel such as Momo, Billet Specialties or Grant.
    My question is, are there any steering wheel adapter kits to avoid? I definitely don't want the wheel to end up closer to the drivers seat, if anything an inch towards the dash would be nice.
    Thanks in advance for any info.

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  2. valkman

    valkman Well-Known Member

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    I'm using a Grant kit with no issues
     
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  3. valkman

    valkman Well-Known Member

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    Also Grant makes an aftermarket tuff wheel thats a bit smaller and it's a direct bolts on no adapter needed. I put it on my Challenger and like it a lot
     
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  4. ProSport

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    I had that grant tuff wheel on my Duster and liked it. I'm thinking I need something a little smaller than that but not positive. I love my Corbeau seats but my legs are up against the stock wheel.
     
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    Avoid doing this... the splines were trashed from the previous owner using vice grips as a steering wheel so i had to adapt the column directly to the wheel. Im installing a new column so i dont impale myself. If you eliminate the crush can you arent likely to end up with the steering wheel closer to you.

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  6. ProSport

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    ProSport... unrelated to the steering wheel question... i really like the custom gauges in your dash... did you do that work yourself? if so, can you share some details on what you did? if not, who did it?
     
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    Rogue, the dash was finished when I bought the car, it is probably an aftermarket piece but I have no idea where it's from.
     
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  10. ProSport

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    I think I'm going to sell the stock steering wheel and go with a Grant wheel and adapter.