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Old July 19th, 2005, 05:50 PM
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steering wheel adaptor

Does anyone know the spline count on the steering wheel? I am ordering a steering wheel and adaptor from
Devon 4X4, and this was the question they asked. I know many of you are more LR savy than I by far.

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Old July 19th, 2005, 09:25 PM
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Hey,

36 but chances are they will not have an adapter for you! This is a great time for an update. Although way behind, I have the broach made and the program completed. It is adjustible, so it will work on All RR, Discos and D's that do not have an airbag. I will post pics and price very soon. This proved difficult, but the finished product is georgous and priced right!
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Old July 20th, 2005, 08:02 AM
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Great news! I was wondering what was happening to those things. I'm sure getting tired of the squeaks and groans by stock wheel gives me each time I turn. Of course, my stock wheel is already paid for...
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Old July 20th, 2005, 08:46 AM
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Looking forward to the adaptor. What steering wheels will it work with?..and thanks for the answer.
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Old July 20th, 2005, 09:21 AM
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Hey guys,

It will work with Momo, Sparco, and Grant. Or any other wheel with the 6 on 70mm bolt pattern. I am meeting with my machinist today to see where we are. I am very sorry for the delays!
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I bought a 36 spline MOMO #5607 adapter from LTB Motorsports on eBay last week, before finding out about "Buckon37s" 's adapter project. He says that he is only a few weeks away from getting the adapters built at a really attractive cost, and they sound like they will be more generic than the MOMO. If you can't wait, the guy selling the adapters on eBay said he only has a couple left from a lot that he found in a warehouse. He lists them only as Range Rover. The auction now is # 7992227566 http://tinyurl.com/73ld6 P.S. being a newbie, here, I first checked with Buckon37s to make sure that he didn't mind my posting this for those who can't wait, and he was OK with it since the MOMOs are more expensive than his are anticipated to be.
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thanks bro i am going to call tomorrow morning
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