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Mustang Steering Wheel?

Was riding in my girlfriends 05 Mustang the other day and noticed that the steering wheel is pretty cool. Has anyone swapped one into a Ranger? My Ranger has cruise control. Will a Mustang steering wheel with cruise control swap right in? Would there be issues with the air bag?
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No one has tried this?
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That would look stupid in a ranger. Just saying.
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columns are completely different...and the wiring is prolly a different beast too...i dont think it would be a possible swap
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columns are completely different...and the wiring is prolly a different beast too...i dont think it would be a possible swap
I was gonna say that. Even if you could it would be a lot of fab work plus it would just look weird.
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I have an SN95 one in my truck :) but it's not bolt in. rangers use a spline shaft, SN95 have a "D" shaft.
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I have an SN95 one in my truck :) but it's not bolt in. rangers use a spline shaft, SN95 have a "D" shaft.
troy your truck interior is so far from stock its not even funny lol...but it looks good
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actually, to look at it, minus the seats and console, it is all stock parts. even stock color (not for my year). i had an extra stang column laying around with a dash. i took the tilt unit off of it, and put on my ranger non tilt unit. this allowed me to use the stang wheel. which i ended up replacing the black leather one for a charcoal leather one. it matches the rest better.
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... and it looks awesome...
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