Grant 414 Challenger GT Steering Wheel, 13-1/2 Inch, Black
Universal Fit, Custom Steering Wheel Style, 13.5" Outside Diameter, 3 inch Dish, Painted, Black
- Steering wheel has a 13.5 diameter and a 3" dis
- Features Grant's exclusive dual-plane spoke design
- A foam cushioned grip with black matte finish finished off the black look
- Comes complete with a horn button and has a 3 bolt mounting style
- Spoked are made from heavy duty steel and feature a matt black paint finish
This wheel features Grant's exclusive dual-plane spoke design. This 3-dimensional hi-tech, dual-plane 4-spoke design offers a "world class look." Features a foam cushioned grip with black matte finish. Complete with horn button. 13-1/2" diameter, 3" dish.
NotesNote: The eight bolt pattern you see around the horn button is decorative only and this wheel is still a three bolt pattern beneath the horn button.
Requires installation kit (sold separately) to mount this wheel to your specific steering column.
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