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Facts is facts.
At 50 years old,my gut is to big
for my new Chevelle. I can go for a
tilt wheel, but maybe I can avoid
that if I can find a flat dish 11 or
12 inch wheel.
Anyone else in this dilemma?(Come on now,come clean!)


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Myles Turner, the "odometer rollback specialist"

"The difference between Men and Boys are the price of their toys"

1970 SS 396 TH400
 

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actually i've got a similar but different problem. at 17 i don't have the gut yet (emphasis on yet) but i am almost too tall to squeeze in.



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Derek Ohlgren

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Derek,
Yor tall and skinny
Im short and fat
and we have a very similar problem with fit.
Now aint that a kick in the pants!

Those Chevelles have little room for error when getting in and out.


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Myles Turner, the "odometer rollback specialist"

"The difference between Men and Boys are the price of their toys"

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I would have to say Lecarra hands down. They are pretty pricey I paid 200 bucks with a lil haggling at the swap meet(brand new) for my wheel, hub and horn button and have seen them go for 240 for the wheel 80 for the hub and 60 for the horn button. But I must say that its the best feeling, nicest steering wheel that I've ever used.
I'm pleased with it!


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