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Rusty fits a new Steering Wheel...
A guide to fitting a new Steering Wheel.
Album by Russ. Photos by Russ. 1 - 15 of 15 Total. 2007 Visits.
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Unpacked... The Wheel & Boss.

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The centre emblem.

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The quality of the finish examined...

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Check out the stitching...

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On to the business of removing the old wheel...

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After removal of the centre trim. You will need a large screwdriver to insert in the holes and twist off this plastic trim...

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Using a small cross point screwdriver - Remove all the screws indicated...

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This piece also comes off...

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From underneath the back of the wheel, you can find a small hole. using a crosspoint screwdriver, insert into hole and undo this screw... (Please excuse poor photo!)

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After removal of previous screw, this piece of metal simply unclips off.

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At last we find the nut! What a grotty looking boss! All you need to do now is undo the 17mm nut. Easier said than done maybe! TIP: Loosen nut a few threads and then apply upward pressure behind wheel (Using knees?) and then give the nut a clout with a hard rubber mallet, this should release a 'stuck' wheel!

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The wheel is now removed...

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Putting on the new Boss. The wire is for the new horn button...

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All fitted and looking good...

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Bit of a gap here!

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The hammer worked , good instructions thanks
marlynnman, Fri, 1 Dec 2017 6:49PM
using these pictures we just did the job without useing the manual
fredt, Sat, 10 Dec 2005 7:17AM
i like it loads  got to get a new steering wheel  (how much was yours)
izzybon, Tue, 15 Nov 2005 3:13PM

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