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    Lecarra Steering Wheel

    Will a Lecarra wheel mount onto my car directly? Or will I need some sort of adapter to go from the Porsche splines to the splines on the LeCarra (the latter do look a lot like the Porsche splines, but...)

    Thanks.

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    Depends whether the hub currently fitted to the LeCarra wheel is a Porsche-fitment one &, if so, whether it is for a '65-'74 or '75-'89 model.

    If you post a picture of the rear of the hub we should be able to tell you.
    Andy

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    ok, if I read the FAQs right, then here is a photo:
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    Your wheel has a Porsche (60 - 73) hub and turnsignal canceller already fitted. Don't forget to get a "split ring" to fit over the spring or your wheel will wobble like mad and drive you crazy.

    Regards

    Jim

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    Thx - maybe I'm in luck for once on this car(!)

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    I bought a LeCarra wheel off of eBay at a very reasonable price and was even more pleased by the fact that a Momo hub adapter was stuck onto it. No, I haven't installed it yet so I don't have any pointers other than the adapter. Hope this helps you to the next step.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bearston View Post
    I bought a LeCarra wheel off of eBay at a very reasonable price and was even more pleased by the fact that a Momo hub adapter was stuck onto it. No, I haven't installed it yet so I don't have any pointers other than the adapter. Hope this helps you to the next step.
    I'd like to see a picture of that!

    Regards

    Jim

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    Jim, here are some photos and as you can see I was wrong about the Momo adapter. The Momo adapter is equipped with 6 screws while the LeCarra has 9 lugs attaching it to the hub. The wheel and adapters arrived a couple of years ago as an eBay purchase, but lo and behold when I opened the shipping box not only was there an adapter on the wheel, but there was the Momo too!! I didn't remember that until I opened the box that it's stored in, the photos are to dispell any notions that the Momo adapter will work with the LeCarra wheel.

    Cheers,
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