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Re: Brooklands Steering Wheel Hub [Re: Andy H] #499128
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Mark, that is a VERY sweet wheel you have there!

You say it's your "show" wheel, but have you ever driven with it?

Do the missing sections really make much difference?

Again, great looking wheel.

Re: Brooklands Steering Wheel Hub [Re: Andy H] #499140
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Hi Mark, where did you get it?
I was thinking of the Lancaster steering yolk

Re: Brooklands Steering Wheel Hub [Re: Andy H] #499145
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Checked mine last night, its a Lifeline. However, its a circular four hole connection to the Brooklands wheel, not a 3 point as previously posted.


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Re: Brooklands Steering Wheel Hub [Re: Andy H] #499254
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It's from Morgan Park (Hamburg) - they had a prototype at 'run 4 the hills' last year & this is one of the first batch - (I then needed to source the boss directly from lifeline direct) looks fabulous on the car & yes I've driven with it fitted which was an absolute hoot with SkullMOG & Chris as there are gaps to overcome - hence we use it for show - leaves you reaching for the rim somewhat!

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Re: Brooklands Steering Wheel Hub [Re: Andy H] #499266
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They're 4 bolts at the Brooklands wheel but adapted through the boss to fit a 3 bolt lifeline - odd setup




Re: Brooklands Steering Wheel Hub [Re: Mark H] #499339
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Thats not like mine, mine is alot neater, a genuine 4 hole connection. I'm trying to send a pic but it won't upload


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Re: Brooklands Steering Wheel Hub [Re: Andy H] #499368
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The soup thickens!!

Re: Brooklands Steering Wheel Hub [Re: Andy H] #499453
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It’s a genuine Lifeline unit, both parts. With 4 holes & direct fit to Brooklands wheel. Seems hard to believe but maybe it really is made specifically for Morgan because the Lifeline website doesn’t list a 4 hole quick release. 😳

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Re: Brooklands Steering Wheel Hub [Re: Glenn] #499461
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Originally Posted By Glenn
It’s a genuine Lifeline unit, both parts. With 4 holes & direct fit to Brooklands wheel. Seems hard to believe but maybe it really is made specifically for Morgan because the Lifeline website doesn’t list a 4 hole quick release. 😳


Agreed - and I'm guessing that the shaft is a different diameter too?

Re: Brooklands Steering Wheel Hub [Re: Andy H] #499466
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Shaft is 20mm diameter

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