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can anyone recommend steering wheel with quick release boss

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Completely your choice the quick release boss is separate to the steering wheel they bolt together. Find the steering you like, don't go to small it might look good but the driving experience is not very good.

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Thanks Mark.  
on the quick release boss there are a few on the market some look like normal sized boss and some are very thin.  I presume that the normal sized is the one to go for?

The steering wheel fitted is a 260mm what size would you recommend.

 

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It is worth paying a little extra on the boss kit there has been many stories of cheaper versions breaking. As for the size it's really up to you and your driving position do you want/need the steering wheel nearer to you.

Personally anything less than 280 I would struggle, what ratio steering rack do you have is it Does or Mazda?

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I knew a chap who worked for SPA Design and designed their QRB. He said the quality and engineering that went into some of the cheap ones was shocking and, when you think about the repercissions of a QRB failed, coupled with heavy play in the spline, it really should make you think carefully about buying cheap. Buy one designed for race use, then it will surely hold up to anything you throw at it on the road.

My steering wheel is a Sabelt SW733, 330mm on an Escort quick rack (2.2). I love it.

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