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Last Updated 2023-05-26
The Suzuki X-90, from model years 1996 to 1998, has a steering wheel size of 15" x 3 1/2".
One of the most likely reasons you'd want your steering wheel's size is that you're interested in buying a
steering wheel cover.
Steering wheel covers are an excellent investment.
A steering wheel cover will go a long way in maintaining the resale value of your vehicle due to the wear the
steering wheel experiences throughout the vehicle's lifetime.
Check out the Steering Wheel Size specifications for other makes and models.
The 1998 Suzuki X-90 steering wheel size dimensions are 15" x 3 1/2" (wheel diameter of 15" and grip circumference of 3 1/2") and a size classification of AX.
The 1997 Suzuki X-90 steering wheel size dimensions are 15" x 3 1/2" (wheel diameter of 15" and grip circumference of 3 1/2") and a size classification of AX.
The 1996 Suzuki X-90 steering wheel size dimensions are 15" x 3 1/2" (wheel diameter of 15" and grip circumference of 3 1/2") and a size classification of AX.
1996 vs. 1998
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Over time your steering wheel will wear down due to the oils and movements of your hands. This can dramatically
reduce the resale value of your vehicle and is quite ugly to Buy.
Protect your steering wheel with a fitted cover. They are inexpensive and will keep your steering wheel looking
Steering wheels have two main measurements. A flexible seamstresses tape works excellent.
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