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    Tuff wheel hub

    Question for anyone who might have a parts manual (mine is up north while I've migrated south for the winter). Can someone look up the part number of the hub that the Tuff wheel mounts to? Thanks...
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    The '79 parts manual shows p/n 3467186 They call it "Spacer, steering wheel"
    1979 Aspen Sunrise 500". Owned since 1987, big block since 1989
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    That hub is being reproduced the last time I checked. https://www.oerparts.com/product/3467186.html

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    I like how it notes that it gets the wheel out of your guts by 1-3/4" compared to a crush can. You can skip the Tuff can and use a Grant wheel Mopar adaptor that gives you 2 more inches also. Especially handy if you have tilt wheel since that whole column is longer.
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    I kind of wish the wheel was another 1 3/4" away. I've got the seat all the way back and it still feels like I'm squished. No, I'm not 7 feet tall,,,,,,,,,,just a normal 5' 10" is all. Then again, my Dakota is the same way. Seat is against the back of the cab but another 3 or 4" farther would be ideal.
    1979 Aspen Sunrise 500". Owned since 1987, big block since 1989
    1996 Dakota Sport owned since 1998, 3.9L. Winter DD
    2008 Ford Mustang V6, bought 2017, summer only DD
    Let's go Brandon!

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