Steering Wheel

Discussion in '2010 - 2014 Specific Tech' started by Wreckless, Jul 30, 2012.


  1. Wreckless

    Wreckless New Member

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    I wish to purchase an aftermarket steering wheel, in hopes of limiting the amount of revolutions I need to make with the steering wheel in order to steer the wheels.

    Does a smaller wheel diameter correspond to less revolutions? How does this work?

    My friend says that larger-diameter steering wheels correlate to less revolutions of the steering wheel required to turn the wheels.

    Thanks all
  2. wrathchild

    wrathchild Founding Member

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    It would still be the same number of turns lock to lock. Would just require less distance for each turn.
    You might want to check with the state you live in. I know that pennsylvania has a minimum diameter steering wheel allowed.

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