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    Tuff Wheel

    Looking for a Red Tuff steering wheel and the attachments. Reply here or - mancinij369@yahoo.com Thanks

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    Thanks guys. Know where I can find the rest of it?

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    I don`t know if they sell the red horn cap or not. The black cap and collar are reproduced but used ones can be found on ebay. The mopar nos horn switch can be found on ebay also. Here is a example https://www.ebay.com/itm/Mopar-Tuff-...hatrMc&vxp=mtr
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    Never got around to this......... til now. Question: the wheel PG offers looks like it has a wider ( read: e-body) 3 hole bolt pattern than the hub adapter for the F-body. do yall know for sure or have used it? Hate to spend 3 bills and then it doesn't fit.

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    As I've come to find out, you can only get the leather cap with an original wheel. What a bunch of bull. Spend all that money on a nice fresh wheel and have to run a plastic later model cap?

    But as to the mounting diameter, I haven't followed up on this to know either although I do still want a tan leather wheel myself. If it's too wide, My solution would be to count how many splines I'd have to move over in degrees, to drill and countersink at the proper diameter. Then send that info back to the company so they make the wheels in a dual pattern in the future. That or encourage everybody to send letters to the company asking for the dual pattern prior to purchasing one.
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    Thought about the re-drill, still hate to pay for stuff I have to fix, but I'll probably do it anyway. Thanks RT

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    I would have to believe it would fit the normal tuff can. Call them to make sure.

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