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Thread: Preorder: DeLorean Steering Wheel Adapters - MOMO/Nardi/ISO-Delta style

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    Preorder: DeLorean Steering Wheel Adapters - MOMO/Nardi/ISO-Delta style

    Any interest in new machined DeLorean steering wheel adapters? It is tapped with a 6X74mm and 6x70mm pattern for most MOMO, Iso-Delta, and Nardi style wheels. I have designed it in CAD and I have a machine shop lined up to produce them, but I need 25 orders first. Currently taking pre-orders. They will ship shortly after I receive the 25 orders.
    $200 ea
    Send me a PM if you're interested!

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    All I want is a way to tilt the steering wheel. Not lower and raise the entire shaft, but just temporarily tilt the wheel upward so it's easier to swing my big legs into the car!
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    I'd say the easiest solution to that would be a steering wheel quick release. It would only work for an aftermarket style wheel however, and it would require the use of an adapter too.

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    $200 seems a bit steep.

    Especially since they are already available at sub $100 and no waiting for a group buy.
    Im not sure why you are trying to re-create these parts that already exist from vendors, then at a markup.
    You also did not mention if it has the turn signal interface.

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    I haven't noticed that on there site before. The way it looks in the picture you still might need a spacer to use the millenium evo. I would definitely contact them first to see how tall it is.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    $200 seems a bit steep.

    Especially since they are already available at sub $100 and no waiting for a group buy.
    Im not sure why you are trying to re-create these parts that already exist from vendors, then at a markup.
    You also did not mention if it has the turn signal interface.

    https://deloreanindustries.com/momo-...n-signal-boss/
    Yeah, I mentioned that to him on FB and he removed the post. Then he put it on here just about an hour later, after I already mentioned that is was available for less than half of what he was asking. I think I know the trick. He gets his free if everyone else pays the exorbitant markup. Nothing wrong with doing something yourself, just not cool to try and rape others for your benefit.

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    Did not now this. Count me out lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iznodmad View Post
    Yeah, I mentioned that to him on FB and he removed the post. Then he put it on here just about an hour later, after I already mentioned that is was available for less than half of what he was asking. I think I know the trick. He gets his free if everyone else pays the exorbitant markup. Nothing wrong with doing something yourself, just not cool to try and rape others for your benefit.
    I would hope that he would make some money off the deal, its alot of work coordinating something like this. Otherwise there is no reason for the effort. However with it being twice the price I would expect it to have twice the value/features.
    All this being said the DPI adapter is very inexpensive i'm not sure how Josh does it. But its there and available to buy so I don't need to question it!

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