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Old January 10th, 2010, 08:36 PM
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i have a non-cruise steering wheel and adding cruise to my truck. the steering wheel on my parts truck is froze on the shaft and the threaded holes for a puller have stripped. i dont want to add any heat because of all the plastics in that tight area.

anyone know if the steering wheels are interchangeable between old and new body?

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Well I have two 1995 - 1996 steering wheels both wrapped in leather with the cruise control...

Im sending one out to get custom wrapped so the other will be useless after if interested.




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i have a non-cruise steering wheel and adding cruise to my truck. the steering wheel on my parts truck is froze on the shaft and the threaded holes for a puller have stripped. i dont want to add any heat because of all the plastics in that tight area.

anyone know if the steering wheels are interchangeable between old and new body?
i dont know if they are interchangeable but i have a trick for gettin a stuck steerin wheel off.
soak it in pb blaster, take 4 wood shims put 2 in from one side and 2 in from the other (on top and below the the shaft with skinny edge in). slowly hammer the shims towards each other and it will begin to lift the wheel off. when the shims get to loose add more behind them and continue and it should pop off.


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