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Steering Wheel parts


Check out this diagram I got from response to my parts needed on another forum. Pretty useful for all of us I should think. I can e-mail the original if you need since it is much clearer.
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-- Edited by 73SC at 19:03, 2009-03-02

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could you post it in color?

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427carl wrote:

could you post it in color?



No.

 



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how about black & white?

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427carl wrote:

how about black & white?



Done.

 



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thats better   thanks!!  biggrin

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Thank's for posting,now what was on the 69 beaumont. Looks like the base model steering wheel.



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I noticed once in a wrecking yard that the same base wheel was used on Oldsmobiles just different pads so perhaps it is the same.

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73SC wrote:

I noticed once in a wrecking yard that the same base wheel was used on Oldsmobiles just different pads so perhaps it is the same.




 The steering wheel used in a 70 2+2 is the same steering wheel as used in my 70 Olds Cutlass S except it is turned "upside down".



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  I've got a real similar break down of the steering wheel options in my 1972 Pontiac service manual I've purchased recently.

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Pascal, anyway to check PN's on the 72 vs 73. I see parts in the PY and Ames books up to 72 for the  Custom Sport Wheel, they look the same but it would be nice to know for sure.

I have a Custom sport wheel but no parts to install it yet.

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  Sorry I can't help you there, my book is a service manual so it doesn't list the parts numbers, maybe canadianroundport has something in the parts books he just bought from Carl ?

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Just for your info on 69 Beaumont wheel, the 69-70 Camaro wheel is the same. You can get at Year one and places like that if you want new.

Ian

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