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Correct Steering Wheel for ‘71 GT-14 (??)

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Bear G

Anyone have pics of the CORRECT steering wheel for a ‘71 GT-14?

also, is it 14” or 15”?


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The original 1971 wheel was part number 101125. Used a snap ring and 3/16" x 3/16" x 5/8" key.

No pictures but this service bulletin came to mind after reading your question. Tried to figure it out long ago. Click on the picture


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