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Old 07/19/17, 11:20 AM   #1
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Steering wheel

Looking for recommendations on a steering wheel. I have PS, Bronco came with a 13 inch thing. The steering is way to quick for my liking. Also the horn has never worked.

I'd like a wooden wheel. What size do you guys recommend? Any specific ones you guys recommend?

1976 Bronco "Jerry" - Will never be completed. Thats the fun though.
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Old 07/19/17, 11:33 AM   #2
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I prefer a wheel around 15".

'73 in progress. 302, 3 On the Floor, 2.5" Suspension, 33's, 4.11:1
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Old 07/19/17, 03:11 PM   #3
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Grants are a good choice... Lots of those in folks rigs. maybe not wooden, but definitely Grant

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Old 07/19/17, 05:15 PM   #4
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I had a 13" wheel in mine when I bought it....NO power steering and 36" tires!! Went to a 15" Grant, added power steering and down-sized to 33" tires.

Now, went back to a stock wheel and glad I did!
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Old 07/19/17, 05:27 PM   #5
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I find the steering so quick (nice on the trail) with the 13, but i do 95% of my driving around town, i honestly can't recall the last time i used 4wd even. Will a 15 make a big difference?

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