Install a Steering Wheel Spinner Knob in 2 Easy Steps
Installing a steering wheel spinner knob is a not a very difficult project. In fact this project shouldn’t take any more than about five or ten minutes for most people. Prior to purchasing and installing a steering wheel spinner know, you need to check the vehicle code for your state to make sure the installation and use of a steering wheel spinner knob for use in handicap driving is legal. Below is a list of the tools and materials required for installation of a steering wheel spinner knob.
Tools and Materials
- Screwdriver-This is usually a #2 Phillips
- Steering wheel spinner knob
Step 1: Spinner Knob Placement
Ensure that your steering wheel has the front wheels set for straight line travel. Next, determine where the most comfortable point is on the wheel for you when going forward in a straight line. Place the knob in this position and install the wheel clamp on it, tightening the screws hand tight.
Step 2: Tighten the Screws
Once the proper position of the knob is located for disabled driving and the screws are hand tight, use the Phillips screwdriver to tighten the screws to the point where the knob isn’t able to move on the wheel. Ideally, if your steering wheel has finger grooves, the steering wheel spinner knob clamp will sit in one of these finger grooves.
Some states allow the installation of a steering wheel spinner knob to assist handicap driving, while others don’t allow them for any use, even to assist in disabled driving. Again, it must be stressed that prior to installing a steering wheel spinner knob to aid in handicap or disabled driving, you should verify that your state’s vehicle code or laws allow them. The preceding paragraphs describe the easy two step installation of a steering wheel spinner knob to make handicap driving easier.