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  1. #11
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    Sorry to hijack the thread, what adapter/boss do I need to connect this to an e34 column?

  2. #12
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    Sorry to hijack the thread, what adapter/boss do I need to connect this to an e34 column?

  3. #13
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    momo k2006 boss will make it a direct fit to a bmw e34 non airbag column
    ANTHONY
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  4. #14
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    Nice find Stu, ones arrived today and fitted to no54. Looks a treat.

    Postmark says it came from Eindhoven in Belgium. I'm guessing it possibly originated even further east than that but the quality is very nice.
    Lloyd B
    Current: Crendon #54 in build - 427 Side Oiler/Cobrajet Heads/Dual 600cfm Holleys/4 speed toploader/Vintage cast knock on wheels
    Dedion Dax/Clarkson 383 Chevy with roller 4/7 swap cam, AFR195 heads - SOLD

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd Barnes View Post
    Postmark says it came from Eindhoven in Belgium. I'm guessing it possibly originated even further east than that but the quality is very nice.
    AHHH I hadn't thought of the fella's further east, anythings possible!

    Cheers
    Stu


    Crendon no. 51, 390 FE with too many build options and toploader gearbox.



  6. #16
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    Good find, been looking for a decent one for a while. Might still wait for the classic car show at the NEC to see whats there. If not, i will probably get this one and hope it fits!

  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd Barnes View Post
    Nice find Stu, ones arrived today and fitted to no54. Looks a treat.

    Postmark says it came from Eindhoven in Belgium. I'm guessing it possibly originated even further east than that but the quality is very nice.
    Which one did you go for Lloyd?

    cheers
    Kiel and Duncan (dad and the lad errr young man now)

    AHP Crendon Chassis No 1
    Ford FE 434, dual quad, Toploader total old school all the way
    https://www.crendonreplicas.com/
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  8. #18
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    15" dished wheel Kiel. How's things with you?
    Lloyd B
    Current: Crendon #54 in build - 427 Side Oiler/Cobrajet Heads/Dual 600cfm Holleys/4 speed toploader/Vintage cast knock on wheels
    Dedion Dax/Clarkson 383 Chevy with roller 4/7 swap cam, AFR195 heads - SOLD

  9. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd Barnes View Post
    15" dished wheel Kiel. How's things with you?
    Hi Lloyd,

    Life's a bit too hectic for my liking at the mo' but thanks for asking.

    Scary thing just now is the Lad is sitting driving lessons (where does time go?) but he seems to be a bit of a natural.

    Hope all is well with you?

    No 54 is coming along nicely will you be done by spring?

    cheers
    Kiel and Duncan (dad and the lad errr young man now)

    AHP Crendon Chassis No 1
    Ford FE 434, dual quad, Toploader total old school all the way
    https://www.crendonreplicas.com/
    http://www.absolutehorsepower.co.uk/

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    Old thread but just ordered one of these. Fortunately I noticed that the bolt pattern was different to my Raid steering wheel and after some research I found that the PCD on the Raid is 74mm whereas on Momo etc. it's 70mm (and 30º rotated - so bolts at 12,2,4,6,8,10 o'clock rather than 1,3,5,7,9,11 o'clock). I've ordered a billet adaptor (https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Steering-...1/151822737092) for £12 and now that I have a second QR adaptor for my steering wheel I can swap between the Raid racing wheel and the classic wooden wheel
    Reverend Robin
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