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> 911 steering wheel beauty/cancel ring, 911 steering wheel on at 914
Bucci
post Apr 6 2021, 08:36 PM
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Does anybody know what it would take to use this steering wheel on a 914.?

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LEATHER STEERING WHEEL 911-347-082-00


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post Apr 6 2021, 09:12 PM
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Most guys don't use a 911 wheel in a 914 because they are pretty large in diameter and might rub your legs. 911 wheels have a Porsche hub, same as early 70-71 914's. For an early car, you just need the early plastic hub that has a metal horn cancel tab. You can use a later 72-76 plastic hub on this wheel to fit a 72-76 914. It will work but it's not optimal.

1970-1971 914's have a Porsche hub (flat front) that has a model number ending in "10"
1972-1976 914's have a VW hub (concave front and chamfer on the back of the hub) that has a model number ending in "11"
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post Apr 7 2021, 06:21 AM
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QUOTE(mepstein @ Apr 6 2021, 08:12 PM) *

Most guys don't use a 911 wheel in a 914 because they are pretty large in diameter and might rub your legs. 911 wheels have a Porsche hub, same as early 70-71 914's. For an early car, you just need the early plastic hub that has a metal horn cancel tab. You can use a later 72-76 plastic hub on this wheel to fit a 72-76 914. It will work but it's not optimal.

1970-1971 914's have a Porsche hub (flat front) that has a model number ending in "10"
1972-1976 914's have a VW hub (concave front and chamfer on the back of the hub) that has a model number ending in "11"


Got it, thanks for the information. I’m looking for a stock replacement wheel for my 1972.

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post Apr 7 2021, 07:16 AM
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QUOTE(mepstein @ Apr 6 2021, 08:12 PM) *

Most guys don't use a 911 wheel in a 914 because they are pretty large in diameter and might rub your legs. 911 wheels have a Porsche hub, same as early 70-71 914's. For an early car, you just need the early plastic hub that has a metal horn cancel tab. You can use a later 72-76 plastic hub on this wheel to fit a 72-76 914. It will work but it's not optimal.

1970-1971 914's have a Porsche hub (flat front) that has a model number ending in "10"
1972-1976 914's have a VW hub (concave front and chamfer on the back of the hub) that has a model number ending in "11"


Got it, thanks for the information. I’m looking for a stock replacement wheel for my 1972.

Marc

Any wheel that part number ends in "11" will fit perfectly.
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post Apr 7 2021, 12:15 PM
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Marc,

I have a couple of stock 914 steering wheels.
Both are PN 914.347.804.11
Date codes are:
Left one....12/72
Right one...7/75
These are the standard stock "hard rubber/plastic" type.
You can as is or have them leather wrapped.
They are good driver condition and can be cleaned up and used or repainted.

I have more pictures....PM me if interested

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post Apr 7 2021, 07:14 PM
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P.M. sent. thank you John.
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