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256-BS-C Mopar A,B,C,E-Body Leather Tuff Steering Wheel

$241.00 $215.00 USD
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256-BS-C Mopar A,B,C,E-Body Leather Tuff Steering Wheel

 

New reproduction leather tuff steering wheel for 1970-74 A-body, B-body, C-body, E-body vehicles. Replace your old and damaged leather tuff steering wheel or replace your current original steering wheel for a new look. Made to original factory specifications for an authentic look and precise fit. Made to look just like original with all correct features and markings. 

 

NOTE: Screw holes are currently tapped in metric and may require some altering to work with your horn assembly or to mount onto the column.

 

Screw holes use a 3mm-0.50 x 6mm (M3.5x .6) metric screw, or can be retapped to 6-32 (UNC) or 6-40 (UNF) if you want to use imperial screws

 

Comes in 5 colors :

 

Black    256-BS

Blue     256-BS-BL

Tan      256-BS-T

Red      256-BS-R

Green   256-BS-G

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  1. Tuff wheel in rare blue

    Posted by Scott on 2020 Sep 26th

    For the many early B body Mopar owners with an all blue interior this blue Tuff wheel completes something that should have been a factory option.
    The purists may scoff at the idea but I think it all in your own liking.
    My 400, 4 speed, Rallye gauge, bucket seats Charger came with an all blue interior and the very dull three spoke family car steering wheel. I always felt it just didn’t suit the performance feel and look of the interior.
    The quality of the wheel is excellent and the color is a great B5 blue match for your Mopar.
    I had to source out the other components to complete the installation but it has been so worth it.
    Shipping was fast and painless as usual with PG Classics.
    Very well protected in multiple layers of bubble wrap and protective foam.
    5 out of 5 on all levels.

  2. Overall finish is ok.

    Posted by Pat Power on 2020 Mar 24th

    Difficult to thread the holes for the horn switch retainer.

  3. Overall nice steering wheel

    Posted by Brad on 2015 Mar 3rd

    Leather feels nice, I replaced a Grant tuff wheel. This wheel is 1" in diameter smaller than the Grant version which is nice. The only negatives was the 6-32 holes for the horn switch were not tapped and the stainless spokes looked to have rust or some brown substance on them but with the spokes being stainless it was not rust but I'm guessing polishing compound? I spent about an hour with some 600 grit paper to finish the polishing getting rid of the swirl marks. The polishing left a little to be desired. Overall I'm happy with it though!

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