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Bedford Rascal Vauxhall Opel Rascal Steering Wheel Boss Kit (Hub Kit)

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Quick Overview

* Direct Fitting, Long Lasting and Reliable - QUALITY PART!
* Complete with fitting diagram printed on the box
* Standard 6 bolt fitting, the boss kit is compatible to most type of steering wheels, such as MOMO, RICHBROOK, ISOTTA, OPTION TUNING etc.
* 70mm PCD
* The PCD is the distance between opposing bolt holes across the middle of the steering wheel.
* Horn attachment included
* See a list of cars the boss kit will fit

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The boss kit (hub kit) will allow you to fit an aftermarket steering wheel (like one of our sports steering wheels) to;

Bedford / Vauxhall / Opel

* Bedford Rascal
* Vauxhall / Opel Rascal

Additional Information

car brand Bedford
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Q: Will this boss kit fit a Vauxhall Astra G (Mark 4 - 2003). They use a 21mm unit.

Posted On: 06/06/2016 By: Sunil

A: I believe we do indeed have a compatible boss kit for your car. Simply state your car model and year, together with any additional information such as the number of teeth or the diameter of your steering shaft (21mm) and I will see to it that a suitable boss kit go out to you. Should you have any issues with the boss kit, do get in touch.
Q: hi there I have a 1998 r reg Suzuki supercarry van same shape as the Bedford rascal van and would like to fit a smaller and nicer looking steering wheel will the boss for the rascal fit please //

Posted On: 23/09/2015 By: v hemmingway

A: The steering wheel should fit, yes. Ideally please place an order for a boss kit for the Suzuki Supercarry van here: http://www.meanmachines.biz/store/boss-kits/suzuki-alto-caribbean-cappuccino-carry-steering-wheel-boss-kit-hub-kit.html
Q: hi do these boss kits fit vauxhall chevette 1977? thanks

Posted On: 20/02/2015 By: josh

A: What is the diameter of your steering shaft, where the teeth mate with your current wheel? How many teeth does the steering shaft have?