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Steering wheel removal

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tonys_shelby:
A big thanks to Bob Gaines, I was really struggling getting my steering wheel off, tried the knee pressure trick, latest was shoe strings attached to a a puller and many others with no success. Then ran across past post from Bob talking about using an air hammer. Finally came off!  Thanks!  Thatís what makes the forums so great.

T-Bone68:
I donít say enough how much I appreciate the help from those in this forum.  I donít post many questions, but have had countless questions answered by the postings from Bob, Jeff, Pete, Charles, Jim, and the rest of you. Thank you from me, too.  Deeply grateful.

jguyer:

--- Quote from: tonys_shelby on October 24, 2021, 10:14:31 AM ---A big thanks to Bob Gaines, I was really struggling getting my steering wheel off, tried the knee pressure trick, latest was shoe strings attached to a a puller and many others with no success. Then ran across past post from Bob talking about using an air hammer. Finally came off!  Thanks!  Thatís what makes the forums so great.

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Sorry to hear the shoelaces didn't work for you, but glad to hear you got it off.

tonys_shelby:
Thatís ok. I appreciate your idea and thought it would work.  It was really stuck on there!  Nice to meet you. Great car! 

corbins:
Steering wheel puller doesn't work on a 67 ??  Never done one... so just wondering

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