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Aftermarket steering wheel "GRANT"

Post questions and answers about various interior related topics. Seat problems? Seat Belts, carpeting... Etc

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Posted: Mon Jun 29, 2009 3:07 pm
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I have an 86 iroc. I have bought aftermarket grant steering wheel along with the so called installation kit. After taking off stock camaro wheel, the 5 forks or prongs are sticking out at you. Now this is the fun part. Do I take those off then put the installation kit over column or am I missing an important step? If the prongs need to come off. How? STUMPED!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted: Tue Jun 30, 2009 12:22 am
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Where Did You Hear Of Abob visited me in a dream and told me about it.
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Posted: Thu Sep 23, 2010 12:03 pm
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Where Did You Hear Of In an internet search regarding my 3rd gen Camaro!
I've put a Grant wheel in mine actually.

Iirc, you attach the new kit directly on the column, you'll need a puller to extract the old bracket after removing the center nut.

Your wheel is supposed to come with installation instructions (at least mine did) and if you follow them thoroughly removing the old wheel and installation of the new one shouldn't be a problem...
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