Speedway Classic 13 Inch Black Steering Wheel w/ Holes
Universal Fit, Custom Steering Wheel Style, 13" Outside Diameter, 3.75 inch Dish, Chrome
- Smooth black cushion with chrome-plated spokes
- Has the common 3 bolt pattern mount
- Features rubber steering wheel grip
- Chrome center cap is included
- Outside diameter 13 inches, dish 3.75 inches
Smooth black cushion with chrome spokes. Has the common 3 bolt pattern mount. Wheels feature rubber steering wheel grip. Chrome center cap is included.
- Smooth black cushion
- 3 bolt pattern mount
- Chrome cap included
Note: These steering wheels require addtional purchase of a horn button retainer, not included with steering wheel. We offer our corresponding retainer (41010112) and various adapter kits for your specific application.
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Q & A
Our new 383 engine gets installed in the '32 Roadster. We also update the steering wheel, shift knob/adapter, and wheels and tires. It's got some real 1960's flair now!
Learn how to hook up a horn button in your vehicle. Watch our video on the install of an Ididit car horn button and our video on turn signal synchronization.
Tim talks about OER steering wheels and the options we have to offer.
If you're going to buy a horn isn't it nice to know what it sounds like first? That's why Speedway produced a helpful video to hear the differences in the unique horns that we offer.
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Today on our 410 sprint car, the guys are assembling the front axle. The process can be a bit messy, but the finished product is so worth it!
Speedway Motors employee Jeff K. has hand his hands on a lot of projects through the years. Check out his how-to on the repaint of the steering wheel on his '46 Ford Sedan Delivery.