Welcome to the Moto-Lita Guide to Boss Kits
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE.
The listed year of manufacture for each make and model of car should be used as a guideline only. Many car makers utilised parts, including steering columns, from a preceding year's production run. For example: a car registered in 1996 may have a 1995 steering column. Alternatively a previous owner of the car may have fitted a non-standard steering column to your vehicle. It is of the utmost importance for your safety that the correct boss kit is fitted and for us to help you with this we will require more details. Firstly remove the steering wheel from your car to expose the steering column. We need to know the diameter across the top of the column, the number of splines (also known as teeth) around the column and the length of taper, if any. Please email the measurements ideally along with a photograph to: email@example.com.
You as the end user assume all responsibility when fitting a boss kit to your car. It is up to you to ensure that the boss kit is the correct size for the steering column and that it is seated without any undue force or free movement on the splines. Incorrect installation is dangerous and can lead to loss of steering control. Therefore we strongly advise that your boss and steering wheel should be fitted by a qualified motor mechanic.
WE DO NOT SUPPLY BOSS KITS FOR CARS THAT HAVE OR HAVE HAD A STEERING WHEEL WITH AN AIR-BAG.
Do I Need a Boss Kit?
Yes: If you are fitting a new, standard 9-bolt Moto-Lita steering wheel to your car you will also need to purchase a boss kit.
No: If you have purchased an original equipment steering wheel (OEM). The existing OEM boss should be a perfect match, and your new wheel and old boss will take back your original horn control. (Exception: A steering wheel for a Series 3, E-type Jaguar (XKE) will need a new boss kit (B33a) and horn control).
No: If you already have a standard Moto-Lita steering wheel on your car and you are purchasing a new wheel for the same car, you do not need a new boss kit.
No: If you have a Momo or Nardi steering wheel on your car. You can purchase a Momo/Nardi adaptor from Accessories to allow your Moto-Lita steering wheel to fit your car.
No: If you have an MG RV8 with a 9-bolt boss fitting. A Moto-Lita steering wheel should fit onto your existing boss.
How to Search for your Boss Kit
When you enter the make, model and year of your car and click on the search icon, the boss kit for your car will automatically be selected. On the top of every page there are links to 'Steering Wheels', 'Bosses' and 'Accessories'. Click each one in turn and the recommendations for your car will be shown.
If your car or boss is not listed please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org . We may still be able to help find what you are looking for.
Do I Need to Buy a Horn Control or a Cap?
No: If you have purchased a standard 9-bolt boss, it will come with a black plastic ABS shock resistant horn control or cap for the centre of the wheel. But you may like to upgrade to a polished alloy horn control or cap (badged or plain), which you can purchase from the boss kit page. Also please see 'Accessories'
Yes: If you have only purchased a steering wheel for your existing Moto-Lita 9-hole boss and do not have a centre.
Styling to Match
Moto-Lita Boss Kits are designed to fit perfectly with your wheel and are available in polished alloy or textured black finishes.
Which finish would you like on your boss kit?
Moto-Lita boss kits are available in black textured or polished alloy finish.