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 #334362  by tafi300M
 
It was slow at work one day, so I got some scrap metal and welded together a steering wheel "lock". It is put from back of the seat to top of the steering wheel. Fully adjustable. I hard chromed it too. :)

That way your steering wheel will not turn if you don't want it to. For example while doing inner tie rod ends, or toe in/out adjusting. Picture fill follow, when I get to haul it to home. I know it is not very very necessary, but it is like air tools. Handy, when available.
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In here it's upside down obviously, the fork hits steering wheel and the tube sits on seat. Cool, IMO :D

Here it is in use.

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I'm gonna use it first to our Voyager, the wheel is a bit off center, when I changed both shock top plates and bearings the other day.
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 #341912  by 300maximilien
 
Wow this is very cool!