Scott Drake 6-Bolt Billet Steering Wheel Adapter for all 1965-1966 Mustangs.
Your steering wheel is like the eye of your classic, 1965-1966 Mustang. It is the interior part that you, as the driver, handle the most. Getting a replacement steering wheel can be a great way to clean up and update the interior of your pony car. Some of the best replacement wheels require an adapter to install. CJ Pony Parts carries a Scott Drake S1MS-3511-P-6 6-Bolt Billet Steering Wheel Adapter for your 1965-1966 Mustang. Order your own today and make sure you have everything you need to install your brand-new, aftermarket steering wheel.
Features and Benefits:
- High-quality, Scott Drake aftermarket part
- Exclusive, Corso Feroce design
- Made from highly polished, billet T6061-T6 aluminum
- Includes double-connector, horn-button wiring
- Includes hardware set
- For use with most aftermarket, 6-bolt steering wheels
- Works with any late 1965-1966 Mustang
- Handcrafted in the U.S.A exclusively for Scott Drake
- Direct-fit replacement and easy installation onto your existing steering column
This high-quality aftermarket steering wheel adapter made from polished, billet T6061-T6 aluminum was handcrafted in the U.S.A. exclusively for Scott Drake. It includes double-connector, horn-button wiring and a hardware set. This adapter is for use with most aftermarket, 6-bolt steering wheels.
This steering wheel adapter installs easily onto the stock steering column on your 1965-1966 Mustang. After you’ve attached your adapter, the steering wheel works as a direct-fit replacement.
Please Note: Scott Drake designed this steering wheel adapter for use with aftermarket steering wheels only.
Scott Drake has become an iconic brand, redefining quality for reproduction and aftermarket Mustang parts from 1964 to present Mustangs. CJ Pony Parts offers a wide variety of Scott Drake parts, which have become so popular that many customers ask for the brand by name. Once you try their parts on your Mustang, we're sure you will, too.
Order a Scott Drake S1MS-3511-P-6 6-Bolt Billet Steering Wheel Adapter for your 1965-1966 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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What is the distance between holes (the diameter from center to center of screw holes)? I have a 14" Momo Prototipo I want to fit.
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Chris: The center cap is the GT350 Cobra-style center cap. Obviously it's functional unlike the original. I just want to do a demo, kind of get it installed. We've had a few complaints on customers that have had issues of the actual button popping out.
Bill: Okay. We want to show you the actual way this thing goes together. There is a trick putting it together. Chris is going to run you through that.
Chris: One of the problems that we've had customer complaints on is customers are trying to install the wheel onto the actual hub first and then trying to place the horn button in the center which is incorrect.
The proper way to install the horn button and the assembly in general, is first you need to remove the back of the button itself. It pops out. Careful, the spring will eject on you. Take the actual button assembly, attach it to the wires. Place it inside the hub assembly. Set the wheel on top of the hub which will lock in the back portion of that assembly. Go ahead and tighten down your Allen screws that are provided.
Next take the remaining portion of the horn button and make sure when you put it in to get the top of the spring into the back end here and the clips aligned on the inside. Not sure if you could see it or not. We'll go ahead and press that in. That'll pop in. Then stick your emblem on and make sure it gets centered.
Bill: Chris, the wheel looks great with a GT350 emblem. What other emblems are available for this wheel?
Chris: For anybody that isn't wanting to go with the GT350 look, we also have available just a standard, black horn button and a variety of different inserts to go along, a Mustang, Ford in general.
Bill: What year will these fit? I know you have adapters that fit a couple different years.
Chris: They fit a couple different years. This one's primarily '65,'66.