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Fits: 1968 Ford Pickup, 63-64 Ford Falcon, 65-66 Ford Pickup Fullsize, 70-77 Ford Pickup Fullsize, 75-77 Ford Bronco, 75-77 Ford Van Fullsize

PART# 5285-1

$59.81
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Fits: 1968 Ford Pickup, 63-64 Ford Falcon, 65-66 Ford Pickup Fullsize, 70-77 Ford Pickup Fullsize, 75-77 Ford Bronco, 75-77 Ford Van Fullsize

PART# 3285

$22.57
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Fits: 1968 Ford Pickup, 63-64 Ford Falcon, 65-66 Ford Pickup Fullsize, 70-77 Ford Pickup Fullsize, 75-77 Ford Bronco, 75-77 Ford Van Fullsize

PART# 5285

$59.81
Qty: Each


Fits: 1969 Ford Pickup, 70-77 Ford Falcon, 70-79 Ford Ranchero, 70-79 Ford Ranger, 78-91 Ford All except Escort, Probe, Festiva, 78-91 Ford Pickup Fullsize, ...

PART# 3249

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Hub Boss Kit Adapter for FORD Falcon LASER fits Aftermarket Steering Wheel




At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Ford Falcon hub adapters to ensure that you have every hub adapter option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Ford Falcon hub adapters, so that whether you are looking for a Grant Ford Falcon hub adapter or a Momo steering wheel hub adapter or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Ford Falcon hub adapter needs!


WHY TO BUY?
If you are buying an aftermarket steering wheel, you will need to purchase a hub adapter in order to install it. Once your factory steering wheel has been removed, you will need to bolt on the aftermarket hub adapter, and then bolt on your new aftermarket steering wheel to the adapter, which will come with all of the necessary hardware to complete the job.
DID YOU KNOW?
There are multiple bolt pattern hub adapters available depending on which brand of steering wheel you are buying. The most popular bolt patterns are referred to as "Momo," "Nardi," "Grant" and "LeCarra," and are named after the brands that first popularized that particular pattern. Both Momo and Nardi pattern hub adapters use six holes to attach to the steering wheel (Momo pattern wheels have holes starting at the 12 o'clock position, while Nardi pattern wheels start at about the 1 o'clock position). Grant uses a three or five-hole pattern, while LeCarra-style wheels use a larger nine-hole pattern. Keep in mind that even if the steering wheel you are looking at is not one of the aforementioned brands, it will likely require a hub adapter that uses one of the bolt patterns listed, so be sure to order the right one or call Andy's so we can help you find the right one for your application.
FAQ's
Q: What is a hub adapter? Why buy a hub adapter?
A: Hub adapters are needed when installing aftermarket steering wheels. You cannot install an aftermarket steering wheel without buying a hub adapter. Hubs are also used to space the steering wheel closer to the driver in some cases.

Q: How do you install a hub adapter?
A: An airbag is an explosive device and removal of the steering wheel involves working with it. This procedure should only be performed by a qualified mechanic. If your steering wheel does not have an airbag attached, the job is a lot easier. There is no cutting, splicing, or other kluges required. Your factory steering wheel comes off and the hub placed on your steering column. Once installed your new steering wheel mounts to the hub.

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