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45 minutes ago, hwy61 said:

Looking for a nice large style steering wheel for my '74...3 spoke.

 

Thanks,

Pete

 

You can use whatever style steering wheel you like. But, for U.S. cars, the three-spoke steering wheels (sometimes referred to as “bus” wheels) were standard equipment from the 1968 through the 1973 model years. A four-spoke steering wheel replaced the three-spoke wheel from the 1974 through the 1976 model years.

 

There were actually two different diameters of the three-spoke steering wheel. I’m not currently finding those specs.

 

Below, three spoke and four-spoke wheels.

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

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1 hour ago, hwy61 said:

Wow that was quick, Thanks Steve...How much for the three spoke wheel?

 

Sorry hwy61: they’re not for sale, they’re simply the steering wheels in my ‘02’s, posted to illustrate the styles. ?

 

Most three-spoke steering wheels, by now, have some cracking. You’ll need to decide whether to wait for a “perfect” wheel or accept some amount of cracking.

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

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