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> FS: Sold! Original Steering Wheel dated 11/72
Mike Fitton
post Oct 31 2018, 02:52 PM
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Sold! Refurbished steering wheel new leather cover done by Dallas Custom Steering Wheel. Comes with like new horn pad with all the correct rear hardware. I will also include a like new original hub with cancel ring. Part # is 914.347.809.00. Probably for a show car or very high standard driver. Price is $695 shipped in the USA.

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orthobiz
post Nov 1 2018, 04:19 AM
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Just curious, and this will be a free bump to the top, but are there differences among the steering wheels? I see some listed with 914-6 part numbers, etc.

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post Nov 1 2018, 05:52 AM
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QUOTE(orthobiz @ Nov 1 2018, 06:19 AM) *

Just curious, and this will be a free bump to the top, but are there differences among the steering wheels? I see some listed with 914-6 part numbers, etc.

Paul

If it ends in 10, it’s for a 70-71, 11 = 72-76 - four and six. The hub on an early wheel is the same as an early 911. The later 914 hubs matched VW columns. Either hub can work (splines are the same) on either column but it’s not a good fit due to the chamfer at the base of the steering shaft.
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QUOTE(mepstein @ Nov 1 2018, 07:52 AM) *

QUOTE(orthobiz @ Nov 1 2018, 06:19 AM) *

Just curious, and this will be a free bump to the top, but are there differences among the steering wheels? I see some listed with 914-6 part numbers, etc.

Paul

If it ends in 10, it’s for a 70-71, 11 = 72-76 - four and six. The hub on an early wheel is the same as an early 911. The later 914 hubs matched VW columns. Either hub can work (splines are the same) on either column but it’s not a good fit due to the chamfer at the base of the steering shaft.


Thanks Mike!

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