GT Performance 38-4247 GT9 Retro Cobra Style Wood Steering Wheel
Universal Fit, Custom Steering Wheel Style, 15" Outside Diameter, 1.75 inch Dish, Polished
- Will fit the 1955-1957 Chevy vehicles
- Outer tie rods have 9/16" left hand threads
- Inner tie rods have 9/16"-18 right hand threads
- Tread length measures a total of 2.75" for the inner tie rods
- Adjusting sleeve fits both manual steering and power steering applications
The Cobra redefined the sports car and dominated racing in the 60's. This genuine laminated wood process is “book matched” (meaning you see the layered pattern in the grain from front to back) includes sculpted finger grips. It features a 9 real rivet design, and beautiful hand rubbed walnut stain. Its then sealed with a polyurethane clear coat that protects the wood and gives it a beautiful gloss finish. This wheel features a forged 6061 polished aluminum frame. This wheel has a nine bolt mounting pattern and can be used with any of the GT9 bolt installation hubs and GT9 horn buttons. This wheel is interchangeable with any standard nine bolt hub or horn button.
- Retro Cobra Style Wood Steering Wheel
- One piece forged billet aluminum construction
- Polished (front, back and edges)
- Genuine laminated wood grip that is a “book-matched” layered pattern from front to back and secured to the rim
- Horn buttons (sold separately) mount flush in the wheel and are secured with an O-ring design.
- 9 bolt mounting pattern, can be used with any GT9 installation hub and GT9 horn buttons
- This 9 bolt mounting pattern is interchangeable with any standard 9 bolt hub or horn button
- 15” Diameter, 1.75” Dish
- Horn button and adapter sold separately
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Q & A
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