I was searching for pictures of FED steering box mounts the other day, and I ran across a picture of the beautiful butterfly steering wheel Tom Hanna made for his "cackle car" a few years back. I was just stunned, and I had to give it a try. I initially was going to use the wheel on the Wyo-digger (http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=811466 ) , but I like it so much I think I'm just gonna keep it and hang it on the shop wall. I started with a piece of 3" DOM axle tube, and a lot of cutting and drilling later, I had the "crown" roughed out. Next, I made a fixture and hot bent the spokes to get the finish width for the wheel. One of my students cut out the grips and welded them on; I smoothed all the welds and he made a plate to attach the wheel to the shaft. It's nowhere near as nice as Hanna's, in fact I doubt I'm qualified to sniff Hanna's farts when it comes to fabrication; but I'm pretty happy with it. Mostly the fact that I could do it at all.