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RhysNPosted - 07 Aug 2019 : 07:22:32
Can the good folks on here please give feedback on what steering wheel diameter works on our cars?
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DirtbikerPosted - 02 Sep 2019 : 21:53:07
Hi Rhys,
Ive just been measuring steering wheels...
I have a 14 wheel on my 96 which I find too small. One problem is I cant see the gauges properly.
I have measured an early type (grey), an early 70s and a late 70s type and they all hover around 16.
Hope this helps.
RhysNPosted - 16 Aug 2019 : 07:30:25
I was hoping for a bit of feedback from folks who have tried different sizes, as I have access to new ones of various types (as in I sell them through work) I could choose what I wanted. Let's say a compromise between spirited road and some low key events.
I'm picking it's easy to be too small!
mellePosted - 07 Aug 2019 : 12:20:22
I think the ideal size depends on what you want, both in terms of performance and looks, and what type of suspension and steering rack your car has fitted. Not sure what the standard wheels measure, I guess the earlier ones are 16" and the later "safety" wheels are 15"?
V4saab1966Posted - 07 Aug 2019 : 08:45:23
14/15 inches mate that that my moto lita is I will show you the wheel next time I pop up ok

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