The doors of the Honda were gutted, and the skins welded in place, so a removable steering wheel setup was needed to get in to and out of the seat quickly. We're using Allstar Performance's steering wheel quick disconnect. It was a bit of a challenge with the stock steering column, but worth it. The solution was to completely strip the steering column and then weld a steel sleeve to it. The sleeve fit the i.d. of the splined disconnect. Instead of welding that as well, we drilled a hole through both and attached the splined disconnect to the steering column with a grade-8 bolt. This way we can remove it and reuse it on a different car later if we want. And if we take a hit hard enough to break that bolt, the front end is going to be so mangled a steering wheel will be useless, anyway.