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Aldino Spider by Fieromaineac
Started on: 05-23-2016 05:21 PM
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Last post by: Fieromaineac on 07-21-2016 06:19 PM
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Amida is working on my dash and FedEx says the items from Aldino will be here this Thursday. Now I know what they mean by Christmas in July!







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That is one sharp looking dash!
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The steering wheel that came with the car wasn’t to be desired, so a new MOMO 300 was in order.



From a Fiero GT steering wheel you will need the hub and hub plastic cover pieces.



I don’t like the MOMO adapter so I made my own. The Fiero hub has six mounting arms like the MOMO so bend them in to the same diameter as the MOMO hole pattern. Make sure the end tabs are flat and level.



Glue the two plastic hub cover pieces together. You will need to recess the area on the top cover so the new steering wheel will sit flat. Now center the steering wheel on the hub cover to mark and drill the six mounting holes. The center hole will also need to be enlarged to allow the horn button to fit through.







Now that the steering wheel is sitting closer to the hub nut, you will need to modify the horn button. Disassemble the horn button and with a one inch hole saw cut a hole in the back.



The horn button spring maybe riveted to the case, if not you will need to solder the ground wire to the spring.



The inside copper spring centering cap will need to be flattened. Cut an “X” in the top then flatten with hammer.



Reassemble the horn button and install in steering wheel. We now have a new MOMO Ferrari steering wheel ready to install with the new interior “after” to body shop!


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