I tried to find this out before aND HAD NO SUCCESS. I talked directly to Grant and they said it is impossible. i believe they are worried about someone removing the airbags , getting killed and then their family suing them. My air bags popped when my car was introduced to a lightpole. I took the whole assembly apart urathaned the airbag cover from behind and then from the front used a leather repair glue to fill the cracks and then painted it. When putting it back together I filled it with foam insulation from home depot and it is back on the car looking original.My car is used only at "the track", wink wink ,and I didn't want to risk setting the airbags off again in any mishappenengs:evil:
i have a grant rim on my 94 gt. the airbags blew up so, i just went to the local pepboys and bought a 87-90 adaptor and modified it to work.
you just have to clearance a few things and your in business. looks awesome, i got the monte carlo style rim and modified it a little.
A few months ago i installed a removable steering hub and locking plate from grant. That was a pain to install, but i got it working..except i had to ditch the horn. NO biggie, i just installed a push button swithc.
I could have made the factory horn work, but that would have taked a few more hours. Plus i like this look better.
i will makes some pics if you want them.
- one of the best mods i ve done to the car, and that says alot! ! !
you have to modify the factory horn assemble, but its simple. all you do is grind it till it doesnt bind. Also, you need to flip the hub adaptor. took me about 6 hours to install. its tedious, but straight forward.
the removable hub is another story. that took me 6 hours too. worth it though. no one can steal the car. You might be able to make it work so taht the horn is on the rim, but..i dont care.
i dont use my horn that much anyway. i use the finger!
if you are in los angeles area, let me know..i cant help you out
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