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johnnybiz
Posted 2017-12-09 1:44 AM (#553954)
Subject: removing steering wheel


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Hello everybody what size bolts would ut require to remive a steering wheel on a 1958 chrysler
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Powerflite
Posted 2017-12-09 2:44 AM (#553956 - in reply to #553954)
Subject: Re: removing steering wheel



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You mean to use in the steering wheel puller? I beleive they are 3/8-16, coarse thread. And they need to be 3-4 inches long, depending on the design of your puller.

Edited by Powerflite 2017-12-09 2:49 AM
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60 dart
Posted 2017-12-09 6:06 AM (#553958 - in reply to #553954)
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thinkin , which is my short suit , 3/8 seems a little big --------------------------------------------------later
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wizard
Posted 2017-12-09 6:33 AM (#553959 - in reply to #553954)
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On '60 the threads are 3/8", so it's very likely that '57 has the same threads
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Powerflite
Posted 2017-12-09 11:05 AM (#553969 - in reply to #553954)
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I happen to have a '58 Chrysler wheel handy in my garage, and I checked, and they are 3/8-16.
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FINS!
Posted 2017-12-11 10:27 PM (#554129 - in reply to #553954)
Subject: RE: removing steering wheel


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FYI Auto Zone lets you rent them for free, that's what I've always done, and theirs has worked on all the wheels I've pulled.
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johnnybiz
Posted 2017-12-12 2:28 PM (#554169 - in reply to #553954)
Subject: RE: removing steering wheel


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Thank you guys it was 3/8 i appreciate all of the help
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