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Aftermarket steering wheel install

Discussion in 'General Truck Info' started by danish, Oct 13, 2008.

  1. danish

    danish Member

    I find my steering wheel in my Carry lacking substance since I'm pretty sure if I sneezed hard while gripping the wheel it would break like a chicken bone. Also by adding a 13" wheel would add some more room to the already cramped cab. Has anybody installed an aftermarket wheel like a Grant?? Were you able to find an install kit?? Thanks in advance..
  2. Subaru

    Subaru Member

    I have one that has a wood aftermarket one-came with it,so not sure on the adapter:confused:
  3. Dan

    Dan Member

    I've seen "momo's" in some of them but, can't say for sure how they adapted them. It has been done though...
  4. danish

    danish Member

    Do all vehicles use a splined shaft to attach to the steering column?? Is it a universal size?? I've been looking at kits and they all look the same but am wondering if the shafts are different size.
  5. Dan

    Dan Member

    yeah, they are different. The diameter, the spline count and the taper are varied.
  6. danish

    danish Member

    I found that the wheel is held on with a 17mm nut and has 30 splines. Does anybody know if this will cross-reference with any other brand?? I sent an e-mail to Grant steering wheels so hopefully they can help out but it doesn't hurt to ask here either!!
  7. danish

    danish Member

    Got the new steering wheel on!! Took less than five minutes to install with the kit I got from Grant. The shaft is 30 splines and is the same as a Suzuki Swift, Samurai, and Sidekick and uses the Grant part #4510 and a spacer part #4001. I have $75 in the whole thing which I didn't think was too bad. It added some extra room and feels 100x better than the old wheel.


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  8. Mighty Milt

    Mighty Milt Moderator

    looks good, now you just need an aftermarket gas pedal :D
  9. danish

    danish Member

    I don't think you can get any more aftermarket than a nut and bolt!!:)
  10. Mighty Milt

    Mighty Milt Moderator

    that's what i was joking about :D
  11. danish

    danish Member

    I actually set my foot on the edge closet to the door when I drive. My ankle would hurt with the actual gas pedal so out came the grinder and a little welding. Very comfortable...
  12. greg0187

    greg0187 Moderator Staff Member

    Looks great! And you solved the mysteries for others by posting part #'s. Great Job!

  13. oldsnowman

    oldsnowman Member

    the wheel looks great!!...anybody know if this would be the same adapter kit for a mitsu?
  14. danish

    danish Member

    It the shaft is 30 spline then there is a good possibility it will.
  15. gilalwin

    gilalwin New Member

    grants . How do I find it on the net? My steering feels big and bulky
  16. confuzed

    confuzed Member

    Wheel looks good.Not sure about the custom gas pedal though.Anyways the way i drive I could use a manual choke set up for throttle lol two speeds stop and to the floor:eek: Acctually most of my miles have been highway as it is about a 3 minute drive to work.My foot tends to tire being held to the floor for an hour +:D
  17. Ravk

    Ravk Member

    Gilalwin, try Partsource, JB auto, Mopac, NAPA or Bumper to bumper, all here in Edmonton.
    I have a Grant wheel on my Acty. Alot better than the original

  18. gilalwin

    gilalwin New Member

    Subaru Sambar steering install kit

    You are throwing people like me off by not telling them you have a Suzuki. This kit of yours does not fit on a Sambar. Does anyone out there know which kit does?
  19. gilalwin

    gilalwin New Member

    I picked up a grants steering wheel but does anyone know which installation kit is needed for a Subary Sambar?
  20. danish

    danish Member

    I have given all the information needed for everybody to make their own decisions on what they need and how to get it. Yes, it is a Suzuki but with the info given you should be able to figure out what will work. Sorry for any misinformation...

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