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Quite a lot of people have seen and bought some of my Victor Steering Wheels (or Kremer Porsche if you like). Those wheels became famous when Kremer Racing installed them in their 934/935/936 K2 and K3. And I got tons of emails from people asking – how do I install this steering wheel. Well, if you look at the pictures of these race cars, you will realize that they’ve just drilled holes into the steering wheel and mounted it to the hub they had in the car already. Well, you could still do it. And some people still do it – including me.
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But this is not how one should do it. One, you destroy the wheel, two, you destroy the integrity of the material, three, you destroy the surface tension. It does look racy yes, but does it look great?
drilled and mounted Kremer Porsche steering wheel
closer look at the relocated mounting holes