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Old 09-08-2014, 03:28 PM   #1
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Default Grant Wheel Horn and Button problems

Saw something in Mustang Monthly about Va Classic Mustangs (awesome people) and a new kind of wood wheel. They have a kit to use with your Grant Wheel that should keep the horn button on.
Ordered the kit today. I'll update after I install it.
Love my Grant Wheel. Hate the fact my horn has been unplugged for 2 years because the hardware sucks. Hopefully this will solve it.
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Grant has made the wheel/hardware combination for over thirty years, and they have not made any significant improvements ever to eliminate the horn AND turn signal problems. They seem to be after your money and don't really give a flip about the product they offer. Without the proper owner induced modifications, these setups are junk and should never have been able to find a market.
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I have went through three Grant horn button replacements for my Grant steering wheel. I ended up having to mod mine a bit so that it would hold up to my yearly safety inspections. The spring, the button...I don't like it either....I do like the steering wheel though.

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Parts came in today. Got to love a company that you order parts Mon am and they show up Tues.
Whole kit with shipping and tax was $97.00. Seems like quality stuff. I'll find out this weekend when I'm off.
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