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Don't need hub adaptor unless it is GM. Got an Ididit tilt column with GM splines on the way and I need a cheap aftermarket wheel I can use during my restoration work so I don't mess up my LeCarra Shelby style with primer and dust.
I can get a new Grant for $25 from Summit, but don't need new.
 

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$25 is pretty cheap for a throw away steering wheel...
Only cheaper is the ol' vice grips steering wheel... ;)
Save your LeCarra, love mine!
 

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If you got the old factory steering wheel laying around, just drill some holes to bolt it to the Grant Hub. Since you're not driving it around, concentricity and safety aren't a real concern.
 

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I got one but I'm in California. By the time you paid shipping you might as well go to Auto Zone
 

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If you got the old factory steering wheel laying around, just drill some holes to bolt it to the Grant Hub. Since you're not driving it around, concentricity and safety aren't a real concern.
Now this I didn't even think about! Thanks for the tip.
 
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