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Technical ID a banjo steering wheel

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by David Gersic, Feb 29, 2016.

  1. David Gersic
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    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1456798551.783443.jpg

    Diameter is 18". Splined hub. Anybody know what it came off of?
     
  2. dudley32
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    looks like a '36 or '37 Ford
     
  3. Bader2
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    Not ford if it has a splined hub. Fords have a key way.
     
  4. David Gersic
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  5. dudley32
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    You're right...I missed that...
     
  6. nice wheel... what ever it is.
    guess gm mopar... my 41 desoto has same splines as 65 falcon and amc.
     
  7. David Gersic
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  8. studeynut
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    Studebaker also had banjo wheels 36-38 or 39
     
  9. 56premiere
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    029.JPG 38 LaSalle, Sorry the tie bars are different
     
  10. not Stude, my '38 has a taper/key, it is not splined[​IMG]

    ...and it is not a '39-'40 Packard, though they have splines
    [​IMG]
     
  11. David Gersic
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    That 39-40 Packard wheel is cool looking.
     
  12. RainierHooker
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    1937-38 Packard:
    [​IMG]
     
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