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#1417139 Fri Jul 16 2021 12:04 AM
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Hello I am looking for the metal steering wheel retainer that connects to the firewall (the part that the steering column and rod for the shifter go through ) thanks

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Is this what you are looking for .it is not steel .

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Originally Posted by KEVINSKI
it is not steel .
The one I got was steel and rubber.

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it is but if I recall the one I had in my '50 was a steel plate over the rubber - I wonder if it was changed in '53 ......

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