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Nrg quick release and hub on a grip royal wheel off center?

Old 05-10-2019, 02:54 PM
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So I have the wheel installed but seems to be sitting at around 2 oíclock and the hub is at 12 oíclock any way to fix this I ordered the nrg spacer I read that it works but Iím not sure any advice or insight would be greatly appreciated thanks!!
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Old 05-15-2019, 11:14 AM
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Same here. The NRG Hub i think is off. I matched it up to the center marking on the steering spline, but my wheel still sits at more like 1-1:30 instead of 2 o'clock. I will likely just get it realigned, but i believe it is an NRG hub issue.
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Old 05-15-2019, 03:37 PM
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Same here. The NRG Hub i think is off. I matched it up to the center marking on the steering spline, but my wheel still sits at more like 1-1:30 instead of 2 o'clock. I will likely just get it realigned, but i believe it is an NRG hub issue.
I got the nrg spacer and it fixed it just took me a little bit to figure out which way it needed to be sitting but the wheel is straight as an arrow now I recommend the spacer I got mine on amazon for 20$
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Old 05-16-2019, 05:46 AM
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Thanks man was this the one you got?

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I'm a little unsure if i should use this since i shaved my Nardi Horn to fit lol. Others complain about this putting their wheel off a degree or two, but i assume since ours were both off this should help to straighten it
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Old 05-16-2019, 05:50 AM
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Yeah thatís the one It should fix it and make it straight... grip royal has a spacer/ adapter that does the same thing but itís 60$ but either one I would imagine will get you straightened up.. let me know how it goes
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Old 05-16-2019, 06:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Eddie Gleason View Post
Yeah thatís the one It should fix it and make it straight... grip royal has a spacer/ adapter that does the same thing but itís 60$ but either one I would imagine will get you straightened up.. let me know how it goes
Awesome thanks man just submitted the order, hopefully that half inch space isn't too big of a deal for me. Hopefully this sorts it out! Will update on results.
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Saving this for later. Thanks!
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Did not work out for me as of now. Say the hub mark is lined up with the top dead center mark on the steering spline. This puts my steering wheel at 3 degrees to the right for example. When bolting the hub spacer, it moves the mounting over to the right another 3, so 6 total degrees to the right.




I will try to unbolt the NRG hub, move it back counter clockwise one tooth, then install the hub spacer and see what happens.
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Update, i moved the hub back counter clockwise one tooth and added the spacer, the wheel is still slightly off to the left. Will need to do an alignment.

On the bright side, i've been running a NRG Short Hub with NRG Quick Release with Nardi Personal Neo Grinta steering wheel. The horn never really fit correctly due to the two wires for the horn. With the spacer, it gave it enough space and my horn sits perfect now lol.
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