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Old 05-19-2008, 05:51 PM
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Anyone who knows where i can buy a steering wheel remover tool that fits my steering wheel?
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I got one at harbor freight.
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All you need is a universal wheel puller.I bought one at my local parts store.I think it was $12.
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All you need is a universal wheel puller.I bought one at my local parts store.I think it was $12.
Universal....
I live in Sweden, and Universal here is with millimeter...
What dimension are the screws that goes into the steering wheel?
That would help me quite a lot.
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Anders,have you tried pulling the wheel by hand.I removed the center nut from mine and was able to pull the steering wheel off by hand.
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That didnīt work Not sure if itīs stucked to hard, or if Iīm to weak, but the same result anyway...

Anyone know the "inch-numbers" for these 2 screws?
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Sorry to hijack this thread, just wanted to say that this thread is just one example of why the Squarebirds forum is so good: great friendly advice, even offers of sending stuff around the world to help a fellow T-bird enthusiast. Too cool.
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