Steering Wheel Removal

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Page created by T August 28th 2008:

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Steering Wheel removed from an Old Holden. Click to Enlargen. Image by HQ_SS

Steering Wheel Removal:

Mark the Steering Wheel and Shaft's position with black texta before removing the Steering Wheel. It's important that the Steering Wheel goes back in the right position on the Steering Shaft. 

Threaded holes at the 6 and 12 o'clock positions are where the Steering Wheel Puller Bolts are inserted. Click to Enlargen. Image by HQ_SS
 
A Locknut keeps the Central Nut from working loose. The Central Nut holds the Steering wheel to the Shaft. Click to Enlargen. Image by PM 71
 
Steering Wheel Puller. Click to Enlargen. Image by KangaHX.
 
Mark the Steering Wheel with Texta before removal. It must be returned to the same position. Click to Enlargen. Photo by Juzzy.

Links:

Juzzy's Shed

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