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    Steering wheel options

    Not seeing much for adapters/hubs. Grant popped up but not 100% sure it will really fit.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Grant-Classi...FV90hv&vxp=mtr
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/3390-GRANT-A...xU0DF6&vxp=mtr

    Thoughts?

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    You have to use a Grant adapter for a Grant wheel or any other 5 bolt wheel with the same bolt circle.

    NRG is a common adapter as well which fits both 6 bolt patternsteering (momo, personal, sparco, NRG, knock-offs, and more). The adapter number is SRK-100H.
    This also allows use of quick releases and such.

    You can also swap in just about any OEM Mitsu steering wheel you want. The popular ones are the 1G eclipse and such.

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    awesome, thanks buddy. Opened up the options very nicey.

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    just did this too and i went with grant. expect to use a pulley puller..... or a hammer.

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    I have a Grant on mine now. No need for a puller either. Couple good smacks on the back side of the wheel with your fist or rubber mallet will pop your oem right off.

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    Went with the grant, couldn't beat the price. Mine definitely needed the puller and took some round love.

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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/191691090601...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
    I have seen this one in person and like the feel. Like i said for the money, why not give it a try.

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    That looks like my stock one. It's a sport model.
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    I like the 3 spoke in basic black. A classic look. A 3 spoke with raw grained alloy spokes is even better IMO. It's got old school cred.

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    wood grain, awesome. I am doing a drag style interior to include a cage so whenever i get done building this freaking house my wife wants i am that much more ready for the small block swap. working on door cards and seats now. Already mocked up a main hoop and door bars just for fitment

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