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Lundy

posted on 7/12/11 at 02:56 PM Reply With Quote
QR Steering Boss

Does anybody have any knowledge of these ??

eBay - The UK's Online Marketplace
Motorsport Tools - Quick Release Steering Wheel Boss Hub Splined Slug RACE


Or any other suggestions for roughly the same price would be welcomed !

Thanks

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rodgling

posted on 7/12/11 at 03:14 PM Reply With Quote
You have U2U
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se7ensport

posted on 8/12/11 at 10:45 PM Reply With Quote
do you REALLY NEED one?

quick release failure write off:


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Lundy

posted on 9/12/11 at 08:21 AM Reply With Quote
Yes I do. Even if we ignore the face that I am 17 stone and struggle to get in ! It also does not have an ignition key or steering lock. Hence my post are these any good? A lot of race cars use quick release without them failing. I think the picture that you posted is more of a testimony to the benefits of a full cage.
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se7ensport

posted on 9/12/11 at 09:06 AM Reply With Quote
It's the splined style that seems to cause problems as it is easy to think it is engaged when it is not. If I really had to use one I'd either get the tilting style or a ball bearing one (they spin until engaged) http://www.plays-kool.co.uk/acatalog/WorksBell.html has both styles shown.
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Lundy

posted on 9/12/11 at 09:31 AM Reply With Quote
Thanks for the reply. They cost a fortune ! Which I am sure you would not mind paying if you were driving along with the steering wheel in your hands and not attached to the car. All things are relative!
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