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    Munari wheel anyone

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lancia-Fu...UAAOSwBXxfHIZn

    No connection to seller.

    Incorrectly listed as Fulvia but 320mm

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    Re: Munari wheel anyone

    Sold for 533 pounds - too rich for me even though I'd like one sometime! Is the replica wheel that Gerry does the same style as this one (ie 2 spoke)?

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    Re: Munari wheel anyone

    No, Gerry's replica wheel is the standard Stradale one.

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    Re: Munari wheel anyone

    I can't be 100% sure without seeing it, but the 2 spoke one on eBay looked to have some issues:

    The countersunks in the wheel don't line up with the bolt heads in places.
    The Munari signature is not stamped into the metal, 'looked more like engraved.
    I didn't like the way the horn button was illustrated but not included, even though it was stated as such.
    Otherwise, the steering wheel had nice original patina on the leather parts. It was a proper Ferrero, no doubt.
    I'm pretty sure Fulvia bosses have the same splines as X1/9, but probably not the same horn contact?

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    Re: Munari wheel anyone

    Quote Originally Posted by ProtoTipo View Post
    I'm pretty sure Fulvia bosses have the same splines as X1/9, but probably not the same horn contact?
    Aftermarket hubs would be needed for the Ferrero if fitting to a Fulvia (this one was too small a diameter to be really useable on a Fulvia as I pointed out to the vendor). As such the after market hubs have a carbon spring loaded horn contact and the (momo etc) button is connected the normal way by a wire. I believe the S2 Fulvia steering shaft is same as X1/9 (but not s1 Fulvia).
    Last edited by Lancialulu; 03-08-2020 at 18:04.

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    Re: Munari wheel anyone

    Quote Originally Posted by Lancialulu View Post
    Aftermarket hubs would be needed for the Ferrero if fitting to a Fulvia (this one was too small a diameter to be really useable on a Fulvia as I pointed out to the vendor). As such the after market hubs have a carbon spring loaded horn contact and the (momo etc) button is connected the normal way by a wire. I believe the S2 Fulvia steering shaft is same as X1/9 (but not s1 Fulvia).
    I'll have to bow to your Fulvia knowledge Tim,

    I had this Fulvia Ferrero hub (the steel one showing the side in my photo here, which has the spring loaded Fulvia contact) and it did fit the X1/9 splines, but the horn contact was no use for a Stratos replica.
    I'm not sure what the horn contact on the bottom of the hub on the left is? It's not X1/9 and obviously not the spring loaded type as Tim describes?
    This Ferrero 2 spoke, dished with one hole in each spoke design came in 3 different diameters (see attached showing each to scale).
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Fulvia Ferrero Hubs.jpg   2 Spoke Ferreros.jpg  
    Last edited by ProtoTipo; 04-08-2020 at 07:57.

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    Re: Munari wheel anyone

    A couple of steering wheels for sale here in Italy:-

    https://www.subito.it/accessori-auto...ment-ad_detail

    https://www.subito.it/accessori-auto...ment-ad_detail

    Nothing to do with me 😁

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    Re: Munari wheel anyone

    Quote Originally Posted by shakey5 View Post
    A couple of steering wheels for sale here in Italy:-

    https://www.subito.it/accessori-auto...ment-ad_detail

    https://www.subito.it/accessori-auto...ment-ad_detail

    Nothing to do with me 
    There's 3 altogether. (2 diameters of the 2 spoke style)

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