[DML] Re: Steering wheel removal
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[DML] Re: Steering wheel removal



Sometimes you gotta think outside the box. Drill the holes out larger 
and tap them to 5/16". That size will be in the puller and has enough 
meat on the threads to do the job. The holes are only there for a 
puller, why live with that unobtainable-in-long-screw size?

The first time I did this I went out of my way to get a long threaded 
rod the right size (8mm?) for the factory holes in the wheel. And 
promptly pulled the screws right out of the wheel. I think some PO 
had put the wheel on the car with loctite.  

Dave Swingle


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Mike Cohee" <billsfanmd@xxxx> wrote:
>
> I wish I had the exact thread size but I can't recall it. Someone 
mailed me
> 2 bolts and I used them. They barely thread into the wheel. The 
problem is
> the length. It is very difficult to find that thread in the length 
you need.
> My steering puller kit came with 50 diff bolts and none worked! 







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