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Steering wheel from what? Help please.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Hot Turkey, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. Hot Turkey
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    I have no idea what this wheel came off of. Do any of you know? It has rings all the way around the grip. Thanks.[​IMG]
     
  2. Hot Turkey
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  3. pasadenahotrod
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    The DPCD emblem says Chrysler product. The part number, 1272165, will tell which one. It will be in the mid-late 30s.
     
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  4. Squablow
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    It's a 51-52 Dodge pickup steering wheel. I just had one identical to it.
     

  5. CJ Steak
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    That spoke spacing is kinda funky, but I like it. In a stock Dodge... the tighter spokes are at the top, or the bottom?
     
  6. Hot Turkey
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  7. Squablow
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    It fits 1951 and 1952 Dodge pickup trucks like I said. Only used those 2 years and only in the trucks. I am 100% sure. Why the BTT?
     
  8. Hot Turkey
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    Well I have one guy saying late 30s and another telling me 50s. Why the btt? Because I wanted to! Got your input, thanks.
     
  9. choppintops
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    Oh snap :eek:

    Betting SB (who btw is a wealth of knowledge) will remember your id. :rolleyes:
     
  10. Squablow
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    Don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to stir up any shit here. But if you do a Google image search or an eBay completed items search, you'll see that's what it is.

    I post on here too looking to ID stuff, the last thing I posted ended up being part of a mantle clock. I always appreciate the help. But when someone gives me a lead "that's from a '48 Nash" or something like that, then I'll go check it out to confirm that it's right, and if it is, done deal. That's all I'm sayin'.
     
  11. Hot Turkey
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    Cool, you schooled me, I'm here to learn. Thanks
     

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