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Momo Prototipo wheel with alcantara (suede)? know where to get/have one made?

Anyone know where to get a Momo Prototipo covered in alcantara? I really want a 350MM wheel with no dish in alcantara- but can't seem to find one. I saw that Momo considered making one; but never did. Any leads on shops in the US that can wrap an existing Prototipo in alcantara well? I have a donor one. Thanks in advance for any help.
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I don't know of any flat alcantara momo's but than again, i'm not familiair with the new/newer models. I do have a rally2000 model which has a very slight dish (much less than the mod07) and is 36cm.


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I think the Magnus wheel was the closest they came.
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Poland - not the US - I think Car-Bone (Pelican user name Noboco) can wrap your wheel.

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I think the Magnus wheel was the closest they came.
Not really actually as the Magnus has a dish as well and it wasn't made in alcantara. Yet the distressed leather did have a nice, soft feel to it.
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Thanks Outlaw_singer! Sorry for the late reply. I had my notifications off for some reason. That wheel could work! Are you looking to sell it- or just suggesting I source one?
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I think the Magnus wheel was the closest they came.
Thanks! Yeah, that one only came in leather. But appreciate the reply.
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Poland - not the US - I think Car-Bone (Pelican user name Noboco) can wrap your wheel.

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Thanks Helix8. I've seen their livery stuff. Good to know in case a Momo Rally 2000 doesn't work out.
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Are they alcantara though? I thought they were suede
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it's most like alcantara as alcantara is what is used most of the time in automotive interiors. It's much more durable than suede which will wear a lot quicker.

@ fumey71: i've sent you a pm about the rally2000 wheel, could you have a look and let me know whether you are interested or not? I'd like to narrow down my 'interest list' here...
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