Fox 2013-2014 Steering Wheel On A Foxbody Possible ?

gruvee87vertgt

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Hi Yall, I ran into this nice looking steering wheel....it looks great...not rice at all and I've never seen one on a Fox...I think I scored.

My issue in mounting it....

Is it possible? I was thinking of getting the NRG Quick Release (seems like thats what they recommend) thanks

https://www.steeda.com/ford-racing-...MI1--RyI_E1gIVhVuGCh20zgr3EAQYAiABEgISDfD_BwE

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcHW-dg0FKs


View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQbPfsjeTno

EDIT - CORRECTION - THE ABOVE LISTED STEERING WHEEL IS FOR THE 2005 TO 2016 MUSTANGS !!!!!
 

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I forget of sparco uses the same 6-bolt pattern as the Momo does, but if it doesn't there are adapters. In that case, the wheel alone will bolt to a Momo hub for a fox.

ususlly quick releases bolt to a hub, so you need the wheel, the hub, and if desired the QR. That all stacked up pushes the wheel quite close to your face. I really don't think you need a QR on a street car. It gets old the first couple tim you unhook your wheel, you lose horn and cruise, and that wheel gives you leg clearance anyway.

Edit: sparco and Momo use the same bolt pattern
 
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It looks nice, but seems expensive for what it is. Sparco, Momo and others make nice racing wheels. If you are using it on the street and want a horn button, you can get racing wheels with those pretty easily. There are also companies that make Ford/Mustang specific horn buttons for those wheels.
When you buy racing steering wheels, the offset of the wheel and thickness of the quick release matters. You may mount it and find it too close to your controls so your knuckles hit the turn signal. You may also have a reach farther than your finger to it. Or too close or far from your body. You can add a spacer, but you're better off mounting the hub first and figuring out where you want the wheel. Then you can figure out if you want a wheel with offset, spacer, thick/thin quick release etc.
 
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TOOLOW91

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Thanks for the feedback...


It is very pricey, But I havent seen a Steering Wheel on a Fox that looks this nice,



Also, I'd like to be the first with this wheel :)
In the first department you're late to that party . Josh from ridetech had one in his 2 years ago at mustang week . Another one in another coupe this year too
 

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Very nice steering wheels, just a tad bit small. Buddy of mine had one in his 13', took some getting used to while driving his car.
 

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The new Ford GT wheel.

The seat is fixed and can't be adjusted at all, so Ford gave the wheel/pedals more range of adjustment and needed to make sure drivers could reach all the controls....so they put them on the wheel.
 
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