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Dino vs Momo

I just inherited a Dino steering wheel for my 951 but it did not come with a horn button. Can anyone tell me if a momo button will fit or where I can find a Dino button?
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there are momo-style Porsche crest buttons... i believe all these buttons are interchangable.
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Dino steering wheels = very nice, you can pick up a horn button from performance products for around 20$
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I was hoping to get one with the Porsche crest for the Momo steering wheel, but I am not all that excited to drop $50 to test if it would fit. I think in the interim the Dino button from PP may have to suffice.

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I got a dino with a Porsche "momo" crest..works just fine..(actually the horn does not work, that's a whole another issue, but the button fits right in.)
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I definately owe you one. How did the w/p get together work out? Sorry I could not make it. So the Momo branded button fits the Dino, huh? If you don't mind me asking, what were the problems with the horn working? The car the steering wheel is coming off of had the horn wires left hanging.
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The answer is no....now I have one for sale. Willing to sell it for what I paid for it, plus S&H. $35 for a new/unused MOMO Porsche horn button.

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