Date Added: Saturday 12 November, 2005
A reply for Ian
If your wheel is fitted by 6 allen screws it is probably a Momo. The wheel can be removed without undoing the column nut, leaving just the boss to which most replacement wheels, referred to in several of the reviews, can be fitted direct as the allen screws fit in the same holes. If, however, like mine, your wheel itself is attached to the column and cannot be removed without undoing the column nut, you will certainly need the hub adaptor kit, in which case see my review and speak to MX5 Parts before fitting.
Editors Note: Just to clarify. The Momo wheel was fitted to many early cars. It has a seperate, removable, centre rubber cover. If you pull this off, it will have a \'Momo\' horn push. If it does not have a Momo horn push, its not a momo wheel. Being attached by 6 screws is not relevant, as many wheels are attached this way, but only Momo wheels have the sam espacing of the 6 holes.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]