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I have a grant steering wheel assembly, but I need more insight on how to install.  Watched a bunch of videos but couldn't find a good one for what I doing.

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What vehicle? They usually have a mounting kit that is vehicle specific that you can get for the grant wheels. 

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Dont know what year your truck is, but if you YouTube TinkeringFox, he has a video where he replaces his steering wheel with one that is heated, on a 2014/2015. He has a lot of great videos, and has helped me out with an electrical problem that I had on my truck. Very smart guy, and responsive.

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More of a how to remove existing for you, but might pick up some pointers.

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12 hours ago, Brian715 said:

What vehicle? They usually have a mounting kit that is vehicle specific that you can get for the grant wheels. 

its a 2004 silverado 1500

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10 hours ago, RunGMConly said:

More of a how to remove existing for you, but might pick up some pointers.

ive taken it apart just to see what Im dealing with, I think i need to tear apart the steering column to have it fit, either that or I buy an aftermarket column thats a little longer

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Oh ya, they make ones specific for vehicles with airbags. Is this going to be street legal? If not I guess you can modify the column to fit whatever. 

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