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    Wood wheel question

    I just bought a nice, new Nardi wood wheel from a wheel dealer in FLA.

    The wheel seems too close to the dash, about a half inch from the wheel back to the dash top.

    Is this normal? Is there a spacer that is used?

    The wheel is dished and sold to fit a 911. Mine is a 70T.

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    Oil Cooled Heart Bullethead's Avatar
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    Surprised a new wheel didn't come with a spacer... they're available. If the dealer you got the wheel from doesn't have them, try Nardi directly or maybe Classico. Check this thread: http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...-wheels/page16


    EDIT: Just realized you said dealer was in FLA. Did you get it from Classico?!?
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    Thanks for the link.

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