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Old 02-10-2019, 03:51 AM   #1
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Grant steering wheel adapter

I would like to replace the steering wheel on my rig with something a little more stylish. I found one I like at summit racing in the rv steering wheel section. I'm trying to find an adapter for my coach. With no luck so far. I have a 2004 Holiday Rambler on a road master chassis. Has anyone out there done this upgrade and what/where adapter was used.


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Old 02-10-2019, 06:27 AM   #2
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Have you tried checking with Summit for the adapter they have a pretty knowledgeable crew.

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You need to determine which type steering column you have. If HR used a GM style, adapters with correct spline count and diameter, they are easy but then a Grant steering wheel wont necessarily be your choice as their bolt circle is different then most others like Le Carre. I have a spare GM/Le Carre adapter but no spare wheel.

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No idea what Roadmaster has for a column. But if they used the same parts as Freightliner, this may help:

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Try the accessory department in a highway truck shop. They have some really nice custom wheels that will likely fit your column.
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Hi. We have a 2013 HR and it has a Bendex column. Stan

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