Grant 41015212 Steering Wheel, 14 3/4" Diameter, Mahogany
Universal Fit, Custom Steering Wheel Style, 14.75" Outside Diameter, 2.50 inch Dish, Polished
These unique steering wheel designs offer a modern interpretation of a proud automotive heritage. The spokes are machined 6061T6 Alcoa aluminum in a range of designs, polished to a mirror finish. The wheels have finger grips on the back of the rim for additional comfort and style. The wheel rim is covered completely with leather, mahogany, or smooth urethane, not with a partial aluminum rim as used in many billet wheels. Enthusiasts now have the ability to remove the rim and recover the leather to match any interior. The mahogany versions can be removed and painted to match any custom paint scheme. The center of each wheel has a polished aluminum center cap which complements the wheel design.
- Machined aluminum
- Polished finish
- Outside diameter= 14.75"
Requires installation kit (sold separately) to mount this wheel to your specific steering column.
A Grant Installation Kit is necessary to mount this wheel to a vehicle. This wheel will work with Grant Standard 3000 or 4000 Series, Billet 5000 Series, or Euro 6000 Series Installation Kits.
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