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    Adapting new OEM steering wheel

    I have a question for you technical gurus. Im starting to think about what its going to take to put a 2012(ish) era OEM style steering wheel from a Dodge (Charger/Challenger/Ram/Journey... whatever) into my 73 Dart. I'll have to do something about the control buttons - block off plates or caps or something - but my wife has a 2012 Journey and I really dig the steering wheel. Perfect size, comfortable layout and thick leather feel. I've found a couple, all with the airbags blown of course, but dont know if I need the whole column or if just the wheel can be adapted to work in my Dart. Any thoughts?
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    its gonna be custom. Hell I had to buy a steering wheel adapter for a cuda, take it to a machine shop to mill it down just so i can have a aftermarket momo wheel for my bbody because no one makes them. Cost me about $350 by the time it was all said and done.
    Build thread!!!http://www.protouringmopar.com/showthread.php?796-1971-Speedipus-Rex

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