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> SOLD FS Momo Monte Clarlo 320 w/72-76 914 hub, horn button, Shipped to conus $175
angerosa
post Mar 18 2017, 09:47 AM
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Shipped to CONUS $175
I forgot to say that this is a package deal. Not willing to separate the wheel and hub.
Several years old originally sold as the Monte Carlo 320 mm (I believe) with horn button. Included is the momo hub for later 914s (not the hard to find one for earlier years).

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You see in this picture there are three screws that will hold your horn contact ring to the hub.

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When you tighten the wheel to the hub, trap that red wire between them. You can kind of see in this picture that the insulation is crimped, I actually had some of the red insulation trapped between wheel and hub to hold the wire in place better. It completes the horn circuit. The other prong is of course for your black horn wire from your column. I think you need 27mm socket to get the old hub off. At least mine was 27mm. I have a 74.

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Thanks for looking.
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post Mar 18 2017, 09:54 AM
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if you're willing to separate them, I'll buy the wheel without the hub
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I'll buy the hub.....?
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post Mar 18 2017, 11:03 AM
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OK I see what you guys did there. Make a deal with each other that gets me to my asking price. I'm willing to make two shipments to two locations but not yet willing to incur a loss because my shipping was more expensive.
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