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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-07-2004, 06:20 PM Thread Starter
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what steering wheel are u using?

My stocky foam is all tweeked. time for a new one. Curious of what you all are using and any pics is appreciated. I love the new Corolla S wheel, but would probably cost 2 legs and a left nut to get one. Thinking more on the lines of Grant....

I didn't win a race, but felt like the King of being Hammered...dented, leaking and broken

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My stocky foam is all tweeked. time for a new one. Curious of what you all are using and any pics is appreciated. I love the new Corolla S wheel, but would probably cost 2 legs and a left nut to get one. Thinking more on the lines of Grant....

I want to get a removable wheel, then take my 01 and sell it with the airbag in it since its pretty much a trail rig. heres a bump for ya though

just a POS buggy
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One of those 8 inch diameter ones made out of chain. Sure does make it hard to steer in the rocks w/o hydro, but it kicks ass at the mall.


If you run a new wheel from a modern car, say that corolla, can you hook up the air bag?

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Are you sure about that?
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One of those 8 inch diameter ones made out of chain. Sure does make it hard to steer in the rocks w/o hydro, but it kicks ass at the mall.


If you run a new wheel from a modern car, say that corolla, can you hook up the air bag?
are you reeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllllllllllyyyyyyyy sure
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the newer car wheel that is.......

the chain wheel is of the awesome. I want one!! LOL
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Sure about what, my chain wheel? Ya, I just swap it out before I go to your house cus I don't want you to know I'm a member of XIV.

As far as the Corolla wheel? No, that's why I asked.

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I want to get a removable wheel, then take my 01 and sell it with the airbag in it since its pretty much a trail rig. heres a bump for ya though
Any ideas on where to find such a setup?

I'm done here. Don't bother me.
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I would have to take apart my wifes new wheel to find out. I dont see why it wouldnt. Most Toy harnesses are pretty similar if not identical for the same parts of different makes. I personally dont care for the airbag really, more for the looks.
I did find a nice grant from a Jegs catalog that looked real similar for pretty cheap. Im probably just order that one with a disconnect.

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Any ideas on where to find such a setup?

http://www.bluetorchfab.com/oscomm/c...88b5738ef59464


blue torch fab is a very cool shop to talk to or buy parts, i have there diff covers and plan on using there gussets on my exo. i have called them to just ask there opinion and they are willing to talk to ya even if you dont buy one of there products. O and i won a gift certificate from them that i need to use

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