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 Post subject: Steering wheel help
PostPosted: Mon Jan 06, 2014 9:25 am 
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Found this on Craigslist and the price seems very good. I have no idea as to what bolt pattern, size, off set, are there any adapter still available to fit my 90 Vert?


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 Post subject: Re: Steering wheel help
PostPosted: Mon Jan 06, 2014 7:22 pm 
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that would take a grant/ pilot 3510 steering wheel adapter and a 2" 5/ 6 hole spacer/ adapter.

that wheel has 6 holes in the horn ring which would be the momo type adapter. momo is a high dollar deal with the cost around $50 to $75 for the adapter. the grant wheel adapter costs $21.99 on ebay but then you have to find the spacer drilled to accept the 6 hole wheel like momo, sparco, etc. the 2" stack spacer will run between $20 and $30.

here's the back side of the 3510 adapter mounted to the wheel.
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here's a shot from the top. starting from the bottom you see the 3510 adapter, the 2" spacer, the wheel, and on top, the horn button ring and horn button.
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you will have special fun adapting those parts to the vert, though. you have to remove the sir clock spring and come up with a contact wiper for the horn ring on the wheel adapter. the horn wiring on the vert runs through the clock spring so removing that also removes the horn wire. you also end up trimming the steering column plastic covers to clear the new wheel adapter.

you can work through all that stuff. :wink:

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