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Old 01-08-2008, 02:53 PM
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Does anybody know who makes one of these types of steering wheel hubs with a Momo/Isotta bolt pattern?? The one I have is for a Dino bolt pattern. It has a 3/4 taper shaft with a keyway. I have looked around and can't find anything similar.
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I already got the custom purple Isotta wheel. Just need to find the right hub. The hub has to have the extension on the back where it goes on the helm shaft.
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I ran into the same problem. I ended up drilling and the tapping my hub to fit the new wheel. Wasn't that big of a deal. I would do it the same way to save the $$$
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I already got the custom purple Isotta wheel. Just need to find the right hub. The hub has to have the extension on the back where it goes on the helm shaft.

Where did you get that? I was told Cigarette had exclusive rights to the purple wheels?
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Where did you get that? I was told Cigarette had exclusive rights to the purple wheels?
Got it on ebay a few weeks ago. New and never installed. seller said he had it for few years. I had never seen a purple Isotta either. I wish it was just a little darker.

I actually decided to improvise and cut the back outer edge off a an old momo hub that I had. It turned out pretty well, so I'm gonna leave it now. It would have cost me hundred bucks to get a new hub kit and the wheel was pricey enough.
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A real boater would have put this on that pretty new boat.

http://www.desertkarts.com/item80864.ctlg

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A real boater would have put this on that pretty new boat.

http://www.desertkarts.com/item80864.ctlg

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I wish it was just a little darker.

I actually decided to improvise and cut the back outer edge off a an old momo hub that I had.
Cig has a darker purple and no, you don't want to know what they want for it.

We modified the hub to fit the red Isotta one we put on Red Cloud too.
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