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Discussion in 'Electrical' started by oldgraycat, Nov 26, 2016.

  1. oldgraycat

    oldgraycat Not-quite-so-new-guy

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    looking for some good ideals for a new steering wheel thinking of something in the line of early corvette or early trans am any suggestions
     
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    Ribbedroof Royal Smart Person

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    Personally, I like the Z28 wheels from 78-81. Come in colors that match the OE interiors and aren't flimsy like most aftermarket wheels.

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  3. oldgraycat

    oldgraycat Not-quite-so-new-guy

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    good choice I am considering that look
     
  4. GuysMonteSS

    GuysMonteSS G-Body Guru

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    Heres mine;
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    Its a 14 in leather wrapped Grant,I really like it.
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    Since my wheel is all chewed up from what seems to be the P/Os dog, I'll be picking up a burgundy T Type wheel in the future to match my Rega's interior. Here's a pic of an '87 Limited with the wheel I want. May upgrade to buckets and console in the future.
     

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    Texas82GP Comic Book Super Hero
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    This is not my car but I found a black Pontiac wheel like this that has the arrow head horn button rather than the Firebird emblem. I think it works well on a Pontiac.
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    Opie Knievel Moderator
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    You guys are making me think about upgrading mine now.
     
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    Injectedcutty Royal Smart Person

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    Small world, I've been looking heavily at what type of wheel i wanna put in my cutlass once i get to the interior. I've honestly looked at so many different styles, but i keep coming back to the T Type wheel. I believe it's probably the best looking factory g body steering wheels out there, my opinion of course.
     
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    Like Ribbedroof, I got the 4 spoke wheel. Mine came out of a '80's Cavalier that I dyed to match. If I was to go with another wheel it would be the '69-'70 three spoke wheel.
     
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