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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-26-2000, 05:01 PM
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moving steering wheel

I'm setting up a stadium racer,I would like to relocate the steering wheel to the center of the vehichle.I've got an idea of using timing gears and chain to weld on the existing shaft and cut another column in half and weld a gear on it and use the chain to make the change under the dash.I'll probably get with the drag racers and adopt some of there setups but if anybody has seen it done before please let me know.Thanks in advance

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Re: moving steering wheel

I hav seen about the same thing on a mail carrier's jeep only using a coged belt. It had 2 steering wheels.

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Re: moving steering wheel

You may also want to check out some accessories for sprint cars. They got a unique steering system. If price is the object though, stick to home fabed. Much cheaper. Circle Track magazine is a good place to start. I think mag is mostly sprints if I remember correctly. Been a while since I messed with them. Check out a "Speedway" catalog. They advertise in street rodding magazines. I know they got a ton of circle track accessories.
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