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    930 Sv Steering Wheel

    Does anyone know the part number for the 930 S Steering wheel?
    Bernd Buschen
    R Gruppe # 357
    71' 914-6 Original Owner
    70' 914-6 GT Stoddard Built
    69' 911E Scott's car
    70' 914-6 Sold

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    100-498-f60-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by porschenugen View Post
    100-498-f60-1
    Thanx, but that is Pelican’s internal part number for a replica steering wheel. They are kind of misleading in that they claim it is a 930S steering wheel. If you read the fine print you will see that it is made by the same manufacture of the 930S wheel and on the order page it says "930S style" steering wheel "Formel". I'm looking for the factory wheel which is much nicer and notably different; my guess is that the part number would have a 930 prefix, something like 930 xxx xxx xx
    Bernd Buschen
    R Gruppe # 357
    71' 914-6 Original Owner
    70' 914-6 GT Stoddard Built
    69' 911E Scott's car
    70' 914-6 Sold

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    You can look it up by model year in the parts catalogue.

    Zitronengelb R1012 the RatBasterd
    RGruppe #183

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    For whatever reason my version of PET doesn't show the wheel and needless to say the dealer isn't very helpful either. In any case if some has an original 930S Wheel I think the part number is under the horn pad or if you happen to run across the part number I would appreciate it.

    Thanx,
    Bernie
    Bernd Buschen
    R Gruppe # 357
    71' 914-6 Original Owner
    70' 914-6 GT Stoddard Built
    69' 911E Scott's car
    70' 914-6 Sold

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    The Porsche part number is 000.043.161.00 and the color code is 8YR (black). I think they're around $450 at the moment.

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