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Old 02-28-2009, 11:40 PM
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Any of you guys know where I can find the replacement wood for what I believe to be an old Model T steering wheel? The four brass spokes that it has measure 11.25 inches across the center and the measurement from screw hole to screw hole is about 10.5 inches across. The wood replacement I'm guessing would be about 13" in diameter. The brass part of the wheel that I have has a 3/4 inch center hole that is keyed on one side. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

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try these people maybe they will have what you need .or can get you in touch with someone who can.hope this helps. http://www.woodyguy.net/woodkits.html cole
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heres another place you can check. http://www.snydersantiqueauto.com/mo...steeringcolumn cole
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Thanks. I'll check those sites out.
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i forget the site name but they make the t bucket kit cars total performance i think.
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Any of you guys know where I can find the replacement wood for what I believe to be an old Model T steering wheel? The four brass spokes that it has measure 11.25 inches across the center and the measurement from screw hole to screw hole is about 10.5 inches across. The wood replacement I'm guessing would be about 13" in diameter. The brass part of the wheel that I have has a 3/4 inch center hole that is keyed on one side. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
The guy's at www.cronescustomwoodworking.com can help. Call them at 1-888-833-6311.
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Thanks for the reply Yep, but I already got it taken care of. Thanks again.
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