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|rsimps||Posted - 02 Aug 2010 : 07:43:58|
I managed to actually get some work done on my car at the weekend. One thing I notice was a little bit of movement in the steering wheel spline. The only problem is that the boss is a strange size. It fits modern steering wheels. I have a Sparco fitted that I want to keep on the car. I think its a smaller PCD than a Mountney. I dont really want it stripping on a rally. Any ideas what it could be...Nardi????
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|rsimps||Posted - 04 Aug 2010 : 12:21:09|
Thats better the photo has down loaded now and I am sure its the same. I will have to get another one, just to be on the safe side.
|rsimps||Posted - 04 Aug 2010 : 12:19:23|
I will check it this weekend. Its a smaller centre than the Moutney, but still uses 6 screws. You could use a Saab 99 sport and rally wheel with this centre.
|john wyatt||Posted - 03 Aug 2010 : 21:45:52|
I did have a nardi centre but thought it looked too new,that was when I got this wheel in 1993.
|Wheelspin||Posted - 03 Aug 2010 : 21:37:59|
Strange, I have the exact same wheel in my 96, but with a Nardi horn push and the trim ring covering the bolts.
I have earlier had a old Personal wheel fitted to the same hub. I think momo and sparco have similar bolt patterns althougt the horn push migth be different.
|john wyatt||Posted - 03 Aug 2010 : 18:41:53|
think "personal" boss is the same
|john wyatt||Posted - 03 Aug 2010 : 18:35:56|
The Nardi boss I have is 6 bolt, 37mm centre of one fixing bolt to the next.
|rsimps||Posted - 03 Aug 2010 : 07:47:11|
If you could John that would be great.
|john wyatt||Posted - 02 Aug 2010 : 18:57:28|
I have a nardi boss at work on a very nice Nardi wheel, I can measure PCD tomorrow, never noticed any play before!