FWIW, the 68-69 still had the spoke wheel, but the hub was specific to those
years. I know, I had to buy a 69, just to get the wheel for our 68.
On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 7:19 AM, Mike/Donna Carpenter <
> I would think that you need the later rubber steering wheel with the rubber
> horn push etc. Not the plastic rimmed with three pairs of chrome spokes. I
> think that '68 was kind of a safety changeover year. In other words, they
> started messing stuff up irreversibly. Is your dash completely padded?
> That will tell you a great deal.
> Hope this helps.
> Mike Carpenter
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> >Subject: [Spridgets] steering column types
> >Hello everyone.
> >I'm trying to understand what are the different types of steering columns.
> >I have a british 1968 MK3 midget (GAN4 62821) with a motolita steering
> >I recently bought an early original bakolite wheel, the one with 3 pairs
> >of chrome sticks. The splines do not match between steering wheel and
> >column, so I would think my steering column is non original. My steering
> >column's part number probably is AHA9792, it looks like number 10 on this
> >page anyway:
> >Last detail: the steering wheel fits perfectly on my dad's 1960 MGA
> >steering column.
> >Any info on that and where can I source the steering column i need?
> >Thanks a lot.
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