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Just curious.......

where does one get hubs for that ITAL. wheel..I think its a 3 bolt pattern????????

My wheel has the hub, but to answer your question: I'm not 100% sure, but I believe the MOMO hub works. I've got a new one in the box somewhere, and when I get a chance, I'll compare them.

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thanks..!..a pic of the Ital. hub would help me out as well......

Just curious.......

where does one get hubs for that ITAL. wheel..I think its a 3 bolt pattern????????

My wheel has the hub, but to answer your question: I'm not 100% sure, but I believe the MOMO hub works. I've got a new one in the box somewhere, and when I get a chance, I'll compare them.

RogerB

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Glad to buy the rear stone guards for a solid price.

Please shoot me an e-mail and discuss a price you'll be happy with.

$ on hand.............

Jonathan

e-mail- jgm at starpower dot net

1973 Malaga "ti"2.3 stroker,dual 45s,lots of Alpina content13x6 Superlites bilsteins,Petri Sport ,GTS Seats,Coco Mats,Old Man Style "Patina"....but the old Emily is Fast.

2010 GTI 200 H.P.,dsg ,18"wheels etc.modern daily driver.

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I relly want the NOS stone guards. My car is totally original and I a original owner. They would really make my day. Let me know what you want, SOLD!

Original Owner, Malaga 1973 tii, unrestored.

1985 Euro M635, Cinnabar, fast and fun!

2003 325i, Alpine White

2007 530i Sport, Titanium Silver

2000 Tundra LTD, White, Daily driver

2011 Audi A3 TDI, White, son's new car!

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Ray,

Seems like posting right after my post you really need/want these.

As far as I'm concerned you should purchase these flaps,I'm just a 2nd owner of a 72 tii.

Last set I saw sell was $300.00. for some very nice ones,rare and hard to source.

Jonathan

1973 Malaga "ti"2.3 stroker,dual 45s,lots of Alpina content13x6 Superlites bilsteins,Petri Sport ,GTS Seats,Coco Mats,Old Man Style "Patina"....but the old Emily is Fast.

2010 GTI 200 H.P.,dsg ,18"wheels etc.modern daily driver.

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Thank all of you for your input and offers to buy individual parts! As I stated in the beginning, I did not want to sell this package seperately. A fellow board menber and I have agree upon a price for the entire collection, and he will be driving here to pick them up as was my desire in the beginning. Again I appreciate you interest, and I am sorry I could not provide all of you with the parts you requested. Best wishes!

RogerB

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Thank all of you for your input and offers to buy individual parts! As I stated in the beginning, I did not want to sell this package seperately. A fellow board menber and I have agree upon a price for the entire collection, and he will be driving here to pick them up as was my desire in the beginning. Again I appreciate you interest, and I am sorry I could not provide all of you with the parts you requested. Best wishes!

RogerB

congrats!!!...can you still take a pic of the ital. hub mounting face?.....and how it seems to comapre to the Momo you may have..its very impt to me....thanks so much!!

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Thank all of you for your input and offers to buy individual parts! As I stated in the beginning, I did not want to sell this package seperately. A fellow board menber and I have agree upon a price for the entire collection, and he will be driving here to pick them up as was my desire in the beginning. Again I appreciate you interest, and I am sorry I could not provide all of you with the parts you requested. Best wishes!

RogerB

congrats!!!...can you still take a pic of the ital. hub mounting face?.....and how it seems to comapre to the Momo you may have..its very impt to me....thanks so much!!

I apologize for taking so long, and I don't frequent the board as much as I once did. I have looked at the hubs and will make an effort to get you pics soon. RogerB

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Thank all of you for your input and offers to buy individual parts! As I stated in the beginning, I did not want to sell this package seperately. A fellow board menber and I have agree upon a price for the entire collection, and he will be driving here to pick them up as was my desire in the beginning. Again I appreciate you interest, and I am sorry I could not provide all of you with the parts you requested. Best wishes!

RogerB

congrats!!!...can you still take a pic of the ital. hub mounting face?.....and how it seems to comapre to the Momo you may have..its very impt to me....thanks so much!!

I apologize for taking so long, and I don't frequent the board as much as I once did. I have looked at the hubs and will make an effort to get you pics soon. RogerB

thanks!

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