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Steering wheel help by hoseppy
Started on: 10-28-2014 08:43 PM
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Last post by: phonedawgz on 10-28-2014 09:54 PM
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I have an 88 Formula. Great little car, fun to drive, my wife keeps reminding me it's my son's car. Anyway, we're replacing the gooey factory steering wheel with a Momo. Got a Race wheel. No dish depth. Everybody says get the thin adapter, so I got one from NRG. Everything fits great except the Momo horn button. The adapter is so thin when the steering wheel is mounted there is no room for the horn button.

Any idea's?

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Cut the knob off of the end of the steering shaft. It will gain you some depth. Yes it deletes that clip when you cut it off.

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