Welcome to the Moto-Lita Guide to Steering Wheels.
Please also see our guide to ordering.
Styling to match
When it comes to selecting a new steering wheel for your car, you want it to look perfect. We do too, so we recommend that if you're choosing a boss, horn or cap, you make sure the finish matches the spokes of your wheel.
How to Search for your Steering Wheel
When you enter the make, model and year of your car and click on the search icon, suitable steering wheels 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.
Our standard 9-bolt steering wheels have a PCD of 101.6mm (across adjacent holes).
Our small centre MK3 & MK4 wheels (to fit a B20 S/C boss only) have a PCD of 79.40mm.
E-type OEM wheels have a PCD of 77.8mm (12 o'clock to 6 o'clock).
AC Cobra wheels have a PCD of 62mm on the diagonal slant (1 o'clock to 7 o'clock).
Jaguar D-Type wheels have 9 fixing holes on a PCD of 68.58mm.
Momo drillings have 6 fixing holes on a PCD of 70mm.
Nardi drillings have 6 fixing holes on a PCD of 74mm.
Our leather wheels are made from the finest autocalf leather and are available in black, red and dark blue.
Our suede wheels are made from real steer hide suede.
Our suedette wheels are made from a suedette called 'Dinamica' which is an eco friendly version of suede and is manmade:
Thickness ISO 5084 1.10 mm (+ 0.10), Weight ISO 29073/1 300 g/m² (+30)
Width UNI EN 1773 ≥ 140 cm, Tensile strength ISO 13934/1 ≥500 N (Auto) ≥400 N (Stretch)
Tear strength ISO 13937/2 ≥ 15 N, Abrasion resistance with Martindale ISO 12947 50,000 Cycle (Auto), 35,000 Cycles (Stretch), Colour fastness to light ≥ Grey Scale ISO 105-A02,
ISO 105-B06 3 Exposure Cycles, Resistance to rubbing Grey Scale - ISO 105-A03 ≥ 4 (Wet/Dry) ≥ 3 (Wet) Dark Colours, Retardant specification FMW SS 302 ≤ 100 mm/min, Colour tolerance versus, master sample ≥ Grey Scale ISO 105-A02.
Moto-Lita wooden (laminate) wheels are made from either Gaboon (Okoume) or Sapele which are both South African tropical hard woods, which meet the following standards: BS 1088:2003
EN 13986:2004, BS EN 310:1993, BS EN 314-1:1993, BS EN 314-2:1993, BS EN 717-2:1995
Our Walnut and Mahogany wheels are made from American walnut and Sapele
We only source our wood from FSC audited suppliers: FSC- STD-40-004 (Version 3.0) EN and FSC-STD-50-001 (Version 2.0) EN for FSC® Chain of Custody Certification.
Wheels for Boats
Please let us have your enquires for boat wheels.
Your standard Moto-Lita steering wheel will be supplied complete with a top ring and screw kit. No need to order them separately, unless you need an extra set.
Which spoke option would you prefer?
Spoke options are a very personal choice and you can see our range below. Please note that the exact styling of spoke options may vary according to the size of the steering wheel selected.
Which rim option would you prefer?
Our laminate riveted wheels are available with:
- a standard rim (approx. 86mm circumference)
- a thicker rim (approx. 95mm circumference) - special order
- a standard mid-brown stained rim
- a dark stained rim - special order
Please note: the colour of stain can vary on different internet browsers.
Special Order: Wheels that display 'Special Order' take approximately 2-3 weeks longer to manufacture than standard wheels.
*Wood rim wheels are slightly smaller in diameter than the size shown, this is due to the sanding of the rim during manufacture.
Which finish would you prefer on the spokes?
On leather rim steering wheels it is possible to have either polished or black anodised spokes on your steering wheel. Please select your preferred option. Please Note: Black anodised steering wheels may sometimes be subject to an extended delivery time to be advised on ordering.
Please note: standard leather rim wheels are slightly larger in diameter than the size shown, this is due to the rubber extrusion used in manufacture.
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