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Old September 23rd, 2006, 07:30 PM
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Momo Wheel and Hub Adaptor

Hey everyone,

Just wanted to post this in case anyone was still looking.


Momo adapter hubs web site: http://www.ltbmotorsports.com/hubkit.html


I purchased the 5607 ($65) and put it in my 95 ST tonight with my new Momo Tuner wheel (http://www.shopmomo.com/tun35bk0s.html)


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Old September 24th, 2006, 11:47 AM
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Does it give you any more room or does it bring the wheel closer to you. I have my seat as back in track as it will go.
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Wheel ends up about the same distance - big advantage is it allows you to use a smaller wheel
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Do you want to sell your center cap from your stock wheel?
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Originally Posted by MuddyOval
Do you want to sell your center cap from your stock wheel?
Sorry, already sold the stock wheel.


The hub adaptor leaves the center of the wheel the same distance from your chest. However, going with a smaller diameter steering wheel (i.e. a Momo Wheel) gives you a significant amount of additional knee room. If you are a taller person (6'0" plus) I think the additional room helps greatly when getting in and out of the Defender.

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