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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-29-2010, 08:33 PM Thread Starter
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Steering Wheel?

Does anyone feel the stock steering wheel is too small? I find that it's very small and I can't pull the steering wheel out at all so it feels like it's too far away, it kinda sucks, any suggestions?
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no i think its freaking big



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The 05's feels smaller than the 07+


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i have an 07 i think its perfect size

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I think it's the perfect size on my 10.
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Greed with the above 2. I have a 07 and I think it's a good size. But being 6 feet tall with long arms n legs, I agree that the steering wheel is too far away. If only there were like 3 or 4 inch spacer of some sort that could bring it out more... Hmmmm.


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I have an 09 and I never noticed it before, so I guess it's the perfect size. What I did notice is that I never use the tilt. I just put it one position and forget it. When I drove an S-10 pick-up I used to use the tilt all the time. I'd raise it all the way so it would be easier to get out of the truck. I don't have that issue with the Cobalt.



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Greed with the above 2. I have a 07 and I think it's a good size. But being 6 feet tall with long arms n legs, I agree that the steering wheel is too far away. If only there were like 3 or 4 inch spacer of some sort that could bring it out more... Hmmmm.
Yea i do miss not having the telscoping wheel like i did on my last car.
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im 6'1 and my 07s is the perfect size :D

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