That doesn't make any sense. I can see increased effort with a smaller wheel, but not more steering input.To each his own but usually the smaller the wheel the more you have to steer the car. What I mean is with a stock size wheel there is less effort to keep the car straight on the road. With a smaller wheel you are constantly moving it back and forth, just a little bit maybe, but none-the-less you have to work at it more than you do with a larger steering wheel. I had a Grant and it scared the he** out of me on the interstate. Now I leave my elbow on the door and put the wheel between my thumb and forefinger and cruise all day!
Thanks....this is what I am talking about concerning a smaller steering wheel.I have a 13.5 inch grant wheel on my car, with the stock ratio steering I can attest to the fact that the car is somewhat twitchy, especially on the freeway. I recently changed to a Cadillac box; the slower ratio makes the car much easier to drive with the smaller steering wheel.