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Old 09-12-2018, 02:15 PM
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Hey GiacomoRS,

I'm actually in the process of designing a very similar extender for my '18 BRZ Limited 6AT. Do you think you would be able/willing to help me with finishing up the design and manufacturing?

I'm 6'10" and want a better angle for my arms.

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Old 09-18-2018, 09:36 AM
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Hi,
we must understand first which spline does the BRZ fits. Subaru normally shares Mazda spline. But a mate tried the Mazda-splined spacer on a BRZ and didnít fit. I suppose the spline is the Honda-Toyota because of BRZ is a Toyota GT-86 too.
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Old 09-18-2018, 09:39 AM
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If you have a spare steering wheel for your car and you ship it to me, I can test the spline and manufacture a spacer that fits plug and play. At the end Iíll ship back both the spacer and the steering wheel.
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Old 09-18-2018, 12:53 PM
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NRG makes this hub adapter SRK-125H SRK-125H, 2012+ : Scion FR-S 2012+ : Subaru BR-Z 2001+ : Toyota Camry | Corolla 2005+: Toyota Tacoma 2006+: Toyota FJ Cruiser All : Toyota Matrix 2006+ : Toyota FJ Cruiser 2000+: Toyota Tundra

It's supposed to fit the BRZ, FR-S, Toyota Camry/Corolla/Tacoma/FJ Cruiser/Matrix/Tundra, and Lexus IS/LS, so looks like it's primarily the Toyota spline. Would you know the specs on that by chance? I'm pretty sure it's 17mm 33 spline.

I don't currently have a spare wheel, but it's not out of the question to get one if needed.

Would it also be possible to increase the extension from 2" to something like 4"? 2" is all I really need, but 4" would give me some extra play since the wheel telescopes and I could just push it in 1-2 inches.

The FRS/86/BRZ forum at https://reddit.com/r/ft86 would likely be very interested in this as well.

Thank you!
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Old 09-18-2018, 02:30 PM
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this thread and GiacomoRS username will no longer used, please continue here

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Excellent, I'll continue over there.
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