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King68
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Two spoke Handwheel

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I bought a ratty old two-spoke handwheel for my '68 Monza project and proceeded to fill and paint it into a decent looking specimen. I ordered an adapter kit from Clark's for a 1968 ( C130270) that I thought would do the job and, well, it didn't. I never could make it all fit together properly. Since it appears to be "true" for a 1966 model, is that the model (1966) adapter kit I need?

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Re: Two spoke Handwheel

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:dontknow: :think: :idea: I don't know if you can make a 1966 steering wheel fit on a 1968 steering column shaft. You might want to try a discussion with Seth Emerson...

:link: https://www.perfvair.com/steering-wheel-adapters/

Or talk to the people at the Corvair Ranch...
bbodie52 wrote:You might contact the Corvair Ranch in Gettysburg Pennsylvania. They have a large inventory of used Corvair parts. Recommend you give them a call to discuss your needs...

:link: http://www.corvairranch.com/
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1079 Bon-Ox Road, ​Gettysburg, ​PA. 17325 USA
​Phone: 717-624-2805

fax us by the same number... ask us to hook up the machine

Email: findit@theranch.today

Our hours are Monday thru Friday 9 to 5, Saturday 9 to 12 or contact us for an appointment.
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Also see...

Steering wheels, columns, and boxes

:link: http://autoxer.skiblack.com/steering.html

:swerve:
Brad Bodie
Lake Chatuge, North Carolina
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