Momo steering wheel allen head screws

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Momo steering wheel allen head screws

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Hello
I did a little search but did not see the size for the typical Momo steering wheel allen head screws.Anyone know? I want to order some. Mine are chewed up and and need to be replaced
As seen here:
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Re: Momo steering wheel allen head screws

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I don't know the size, but if you take one of your screws to home depot, they have a screw same set-up with the usual metric and SAE screw.
You should be able to determine the size. They might even have the screws.
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I was going to order on Ebay. Pretty sure Home Depot won’t have it but Ace might. Their website SEARCH is terrible but they have a lot of fasteners.
I think it is M6 but not sure
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Re: Momo steering wheel allen head screws

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Linda you are going to have to find the thread pitch along with the diameter. Do as Phill says and take one to a hardware store to determine pitch. Actually, I think 6mm only comes in 100 pitch.
Try belmetric.com they are very reasonable, but the shipping will be about $10.00
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Here you go
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Thank you! I figured someone would know. Just did not want to drive to the hardware stores to check if I can get the info otherwise.
Momos are pretty standard I think.
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Or Bolt Depot
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You’re welcome
That website Mike posted is pretty cool, found a bunch of fasteners I couldn’t locate

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Just for grins I looked up M5 flathead cap screws at HD.
The one close to me has them in SS I would go to Marshall Hardware in San Diego.
They are too much money at HD.
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Re: Momo steering wheel allen head screws

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HD here has flat head Phillips in M5x .08 but not allen head which was Momo stock and slightly more secure....
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My go to place is McMaster, the selection is amazing and relatively inexpensive:

https://www.mcmaster.com/screws/flat-he ... ad-screws/

I also broke down and bought a nut/bolt thread checker. I used the pandemic as an excuse so I wouldn't have to go to HD :)

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Re: Momo steering wheel allen head screws

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Linda wrote:
Sat May 23, 2020 10:18 pm
Momos are pretty standard I think.
Linda
The Momo is standard. What is not standard is the boss that the wheel is bolted to. Pjack is probably right, but I usually take a screw to either Ace or if I want something special King Bolt..

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Re: Momo steering wheel allen head screws

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Ace did not have them but the DIY Home Center had a tray full of metric allen head screws.Looks like M5 is the size
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