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I'm about to swap out my stock/BASE GT deluxe steering wheel out for the one off the GT500. I was wondering if anyone knew what TYPE of bolt is used to bolt the steering wheel to the car? Is it yield tight? what type of steel is it?
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Hmm... I've been considering this for a little while also. What steering wheel are you going to get? Where you getting it? I was looking at the gt500 wheel. post some pics when you get the install done.
Just curious were did you get your new wheel anyway? Is it something that you buy from ford? How much did it cost if you dont mind? Also does it come with an airbag or do you reuse yours? Would I have to use the Cobra center logo or could I reuse my horse logo?
I don't see why that wouldn't be to much at a ford dealer for the bolt. What buttons do you have on your steering wheel now. All I have is cruise options. Are you going to make the other buttons work also? Volume,tuning, etc....
Originally Posted by bustacrab
It doesn't come with an airbag, you reuse yours (which has the original pony emblem on it). I got it from this site:
I only have cruise controls, but the other controls should work since I have a 2010.. putting the same wiring for the steering wheel for each car should be a time saver/money saver. So the other controls SHOULD work... if not... I'll be having to add some wiring. We will find out soon enough. Just ordered the mount bolt, I'll let you guys know how it goes.
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