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10-08-2004, 02:00 PM
where the hell do I find a decent deal on a good quality steering wheel?

chuck baader
10-08-2004, 03:01 PM
Grant makes a good wheel comparable in feel to the Momo and Sparco...at, guess what???? 1/3 the cost or less. Summit or Jegs and be sure to order the correct adaptor (I had a choice of setbacks) for your vehicle. I think mine cost a total of $125.

Chuck Baader
#36 ITA E30 BMW
Alabama Region Divisional Registrar

10-08-2004, 03:45 PM
thanks Chuck -
And is the grant really a good quality wheel? I haven't seen their products for a long time but I recall them being flimsy and of markedly 'lower' quality.
If they've really come around I'll certainly give it a try.

chuck baader
10-08-2004, 04:03 PM
I think I ended up with one of the "GT" wheels and I like it as much as I did the $325 wheel on my last car. I had some other flexibility with the adaptor, too. Yes, I feel the quality is there. CB

Richy Gonzalez
10-08-2004, 05:12 PM
Just call Louis from www.ltbmotorsports.com (http://www.ltbmotorsports.com).

Richy Gonzalez
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Ragged Edge
11-22-2004, 11:56 AM
I have bought two Grant wheels for my '77 924GT and they are of great quality. {I bought the second one because the first one was a bit too small for no power steering}. The only differences I have found between Grant and a much more expensive brand is 1. the name of the pricy one gets attention and 2. there may be more style/ colour to choose from. I have had the second wheel on for over two years now and there isn't any fading or cracking. This is what I have found.

Now that I see their site again. I am still shocked at the price people will pay for a steering wheel when they can be so affordable, although you can buy a Grant wheel for 300 bucks, if you wanted too.