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Old 10-27-2022, 05:31 PM
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Default Contemporary owners, need your help with your steering wheel location

My CCX steering wheel doesn't seem like it's in the correct location with regard to distance from the cowl to the back of the wheel rim. It feels too close to me, and it also rubs against my thighs. It's very difficult to get in and out of the car with the wheel mounted. I have a removable steering wheel hub, but getting in with the wheel in place is tough getting my legs under it to slide into the seat. Can you CCX guys measure the distance from the edge of the cowl to the back surface of your wheel rim, and if it's not too much trouble, how high the wheel rim is above the cowl directly behind it? The other issue is the turn signal stalk is so close to the back of the steering wheel that every time I turn my hands hit the turn signal stalk. How far behind your wheel is your stalk? I have something not right here and I need to sort out what it is. The steering wheel is the standard 15" diamter wood rimmed Moto Lita that CCX included with the kit.

Thanks guys - more sorting out to come.
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