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What's the length of your late 911 hub?


Hey there.

Our Late 911 Hub is approximately 130mm:




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Keith,
I would like to purchase The two piece hub package.

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Doesn’t Manuel Campuzano ( of gearknob fame) make these?
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back date rs steering wheel

Thanks for the update. I have several donor steering wheels and would like to buy the hub adapter kit for my 78 SC. What is the cost and availability?
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Thanks for the update. I have several donor steering wheels and would like to buy the hub adapter kit for my 78 SC. What is the cost and availability?


Shoot me an email when you a chance.


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Hey there.

Our Late 911 Hub is approximately 130mm:




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Hello Keith,

Very nice, stock looking hub. I have an original Porsche factory three spoke Fatty steering wheel from a 74 Carrera. Will your 74-89 hub fit it?

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Are these in stocK. Or what’s the eta? Ill take one
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Very nice.

It is worth noting that the Momo hubs are meant to crumple in the case of a severe accident which is the reason for the inner frame shape and accordian. For a car with no airbags or collapsing column I think it's worth having some "mush" just in case your face or knees meet the wheel.
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Very nice.

It is worth noting that the Momo hubs are meant to crumple in the case of a severe accident which is the reason for the inner frame shape and accordian. For a car with no airbags or collapsing column I think it's worth having some "mush" just in case your face or knees meet the wheel.
Hello,

Do you know what model year Porsche started including collapsible columns in the 911?

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Do you know what model year Porsche started including collapsible columns in the 911?



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Thanks Keith.

Will your 130mm late 911 hub fit on a stock fatty 3 spoke Porsche steering wheel, that was special order item found on 74-77 Carrrera’s?

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Will your 130mm late 911 hub fit on a stock fatty 3 spoke Porsche steering wheel, that was special order item found on 74-77 Carrrera’s?



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Jeff, our hub is for wheels with Momo or Abarth bolt patterns, so factory wheels aren’t compatible, unfortunately.


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I would like to buy the three piece back date hub assembly for my 78 SC. I have several 914 donor steering wheels to use. I sent you an email on May 3 but had no reply. Thanks Mike mmaloan@hotmail.com 731-234-8525
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Email sent for 130mm Hub with Momo Pattern for an 87 Coupe
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Keith,
Received the hub today. Very nice!
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