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    Fs: Alpina steering wheel

    Very Nice Alpina Steering wheel. Fresh newly redone in original Nappa black leather with blue and green stitching. Vintage Original not repop. Dated 6-91. $498 Shipped.

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    #2
    If the MOMO hub adapter is needed I can add it for an extra $75

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      #3
      Is this feasible on a 91' vert with airbag,?

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        #4
        Yes, You will need the MOMO adapter off course if you don't have one.

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          #5
          By adapter I mean this:
          https://store.vacmotorsports.com/mom...e30-p1139.aspx

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            #6
            Originally posted by Bmwentertains View Post
            Is this feasible on a 91' vert with airbag,?
            It's entirely feasible, you'll need to use a spacer, BMW p/n 32311120260, in addition to a hub adapter.

            If you decide to buy this wheel and need a Momo adapter, I have an extra one, it's brand new.

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              #7
              ttt

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                #8
                how were the horn button imprints done?
                cars beep boop

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by kronus View Post
                  how were the horn button imprints done?
                  With 300 Euros worth of work. But really have no idea. They do look exactly like they were originally. Been using the same guy for several years but you need to send it to Germany, about 60 days back and forth.
                  Last edited by e30rida; 09-30-2022, 11:16 PM.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by flipper325es View Post

                    It's entirely feasible, you'll need to use a spacer, BMW p/n 32311120260, in addition to a hub adapter.

                    If you decide to buy this wheel and need a Momo adapter, I have an extra one, it's brand new.
                    Ok, an mtech 1 or 2 is supposed to sit closer to the dash needing new stalks (only read this, no first hand experience) is this the same case with this wheel? Does this sit closer to the driver or further?

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Bmwentertains View Post
                      Ok, an mtech 1 or 2 is supposed to sit closer to the dash needing new stalks (only read this, no first hand experience) is this the same case with this wheel? Does this sit closer to the driver or further?
                      Momo hub is just under 3.5" tall. This is a flat wheel so the combo would be just over 3.5" tall to the center plane of the wheel. It would likely match the height of factory non-airbag wheels. If you have an airbag wheel, and would want this one to match the position, it's very easy with a spacer between the hub and the wheel -- they're available in different thicknesses.

                      This is one of the advantages of aftermarket wheels -- you can easily move them closer to the driver, by either using a dished wheel, or a flat wheel with a spacer of 0.5-3". Not easy to do with factory wheels with an integral hub.

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                        For those who've asked here are more pics.




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                          #13
                          Originally posted by kronus View Post
                          how were the horn button imprints done?
                          Guessing with a heated embossing die.

                          Great looking wheel!

                          RISING EDGE

                          Let's drive fast and have fun.

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                            #14
                            Still for sale

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