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    Posted: 13 Sep 08 at 20:41
Does anybody know if a steering wheel off another vw will fit on my 91 LT..
Ive got pas so it can be smallerTongue
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote eltee Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Sep 08 at 21:54
yep, im in the process of fitting an 80 sport steering wheel, using an adaptor from an 88 golf. i will post pics soon, but the LT column is course spline and the golf in 88 used a course spline but they fitted fine spline steering wheels using this adaptor all will be revealed soon. but in effect a wheel from any VW/Audi 88 on will potentially fit.  
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Cheers eltee..

Time for a trip to the breakers..
Let us know how you get on with yoursThumbs%20Up
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote eltee Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 Sep 08 at 11:43
so far i have the adaptor part no 191419514a  £7.90 +VAT
 
 
as you can see, the inner spline is for the LT column, but it house an outer spline for the later steering wheels.
 
 
mmm all nice new leather.
 
i will post the pics when i fit it later this afternoon
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Originally posted by 66 joker 66 joker wrote:

Does anybody know if a steering wheel off another vw will fit on my 91 LT..
Ive got pas so it can be smallerTongue
Have you retro fitted the power steering????
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As far as i know it was fitted standard...

Nice one eltee for the pics your a star..

Where can i purchase a adapter??

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote eltee Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 Sep 08 at 18:06
66   The adaptor can be purchased from a VW dealer, just give em the part number i quoted in previous post, 191419514A, they have plenty of stock at VW,
 
so here are the results,
 
 
 
 
 
 
here you can still see the clocks when sitting normal,
 
 
all i need now are some Audi seats to complement the wooden gear knob and Audi Concert radio
 
 
 
 
 
 
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I've got a Vanagon wheel from a T3 on mine , fits straight on no messing.
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That looks the buisness eltee...
Going to order my adapter today..
Just gunna need a pukka steering wheel like yours then...
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That's smart eltee. You've got me sold.

This could become a cult.

Good work.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote isup Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Sep 08 at 16:16
great pics eltee, could you hook up the airbag?
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airbag , no chance, ive disabled it , insulated it, and i dont want to create any static, otherwise KAAAAAAA BOOOOOOOOOOOOOM
 
im going to actualy strip it down at some point, so there is no airbag inside it. i will post pics of the internals shortly "not mine after the kaboom!!!!"  with the adaptor you can fit any late sttering wheel, but as Diablodub says earlier wheels will fit with no mod.
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Your fuel tank shows pretty much how much i usually have in mineErmm
 
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eKtor do a boss kit for the LT upto 92 that enables Momo wheels to be fitted.

Part number 1439.
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Originally posted by 66 joker 66 joker wrote:

Your fuel tank shows pretty much how much i usually have in mineErmm
 

Mine works like a rev counter. The faster I go the more it show.
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Ive got a pair of mint black front seats. Tere from a late model audi.I dont have the runners but if tou can arrange pickup tere yours Eltee
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Out if interest Thai as I'm clueless on this one, does a job like that need welding and/or is a tough one.
My seats feel like there full of apples in places.
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Depends on what seat you want to fit, if you have runners as well fitting is usually straightforward bolting to the floor. If your happy with the type of seats you already have but there a bit lumpy try getting them reupholstered or change thm for a newer set
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Cheers Terry, I think I fancy an upgrade. Mine are 32 years old now.
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if your interestedIve also got 2 orinal front seats going spare.and Im only in bolton.
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