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Old 01-07-2003, 10:58 AM
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hello. does anyone know where to get chain link steering wheels from? I've looked on the Grant site with no luck.I need some for my lowrider shop in the UK.

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Moon Equipment sells 'em. Go to

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Just went to the Moon site and the chain wheels weren't listed. Many of the parts in their catalong aren't on the site.

In their catalog they list

10" dia chrome - #GS741 - $75
10" " gold - #GS840 - $140
11" " chrome - #GS740 - $75
11" " gold - #GS841 - $140

All are Grant brand and use Grant adaptors.

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Old 01-10-2003, 04:11 PM
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Chain link steering wheels..Hahahahaha
my friend put one in his dune buggy
just for kicks and nearly took off his pinky
when it got stuck in it when he was driving.
....look out!
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A friend of mine made on himself. Just bought a length of chain tack welded it around a small bucket or some thing and mig welded the links in place. Took it off the bucket, welded it to the middle of an old wheel, and painted it flat black. Looked pretty kool. Cost less than $10.

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