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#1 2020-05-11 00:35:26

ScudoHack
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Registered: 2020-05-11
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Custom Steering wheel / Spine size

Hello people, new to the site, just wondering if you can help me as I've been searching the internet to no avail on this subject.

Proud new owner of a hard lived but honest ex plumbers 1.9 Scudo 2004, poor girl had a hard live and is a bit rough around the edges but I've spent a few days on her and cleaning the the grand old lady up nicely.

Question is though, the steering wheel is incredibly worn with chunks missing but I do have a 6 bolt custom steering wheel laying around that I've never used, wondering if anyone knows what size or hub adapter I'd need to fit it, being a van this isn't really a common thing but does it share the same parts as other fiat models? If so which ones?

Thanks in advance and looking forward to future discussions!

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#2 2020-05-11 12:56:39

Anchor1979
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Re: Custom Steering wheel / Spine size

Hi scudohack, welcome  to the forum.

As far as sharing parts with other models from the fiat camp, you might find the fiat ulysse shares alot of parts with the scudo. Pretty certain they will both share the same steering column, but of course I may stand corrected.

I know that my 2009 experts steering wheel was a straight swap with one from a 207cc.

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#3 2020-05-11 13:27:51

Anchor1979
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Re: Custom Steering wheel / Spine size

Fiat ulysse steering wheel on ebay:
Steering Wheel

I have looked at the expert of the same era, and from what I can tell, a steering wheel from another vehicle of the same type may well fit.

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#4 2020-05-11 19:47:22

vaz2121
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From: SW. Scotland
Registered: 2015-08-31
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Re: Custom Steering wheel / Spine size

Anchor1979 wrote:

Fiat ulysse steering wheel on ebay:
Steering Wheel

I have looked at the expert of the same era, and from what I can tell, a steering wheel from another vehicle of the same type may well fit.

You may well be correct however ............. all 3 versions at the time (Fiat, Citroen, and Peugeot )  assembled in same facility ..............

But essentially The Fiat Scudo, Citroen Dispatch/Jumpy and Peugeot Expert MK1's anyway are Based on the "Eurovans" of Ulysee, synergee and 806 {Lancia Zeta/Phedra}................

So all are basically a rebadged version of The PSA product ..........
Oddities being trim variants  and Price {Like VW & Skoda/Seat} Something tells me the only Diesel engine used regardless of brand  was Is/A PSA..........
{Big Brothers [Relay/Jumper,Boxer and Ducato] get the 2.2ltr Diesel ............ But only The Ducato will give you the option of a 2.3 ltr (A Fiat 2.3 if you want to pay for it!)

(So you might just find it's the whole PSA Group to choose from)

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#5 2020-05-11 21:16:58

Casper
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Registered: 2015-12-20
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Re: Custom Steering wheel / Spine size

vaz2121 wrote:
Anchor1979 wrote:

Fiat ulysse steering wheel on ebay:
Steering Wheel

I have looked at the expert of the same era, and from what I can tell, a steering wheel from another vehicle of the same type may well fit.

You may well be correct however ............. all 3 versions at the time (Fiat, Citroen, and Peugeot )  assembled in same facility ..............

But essentially The Fiat Scudo, Citroen Dispatch/Jumpy and Peugeot Expert MK1's anyway are Based on the "Eurovans" of Ulysee, synergee and 806 {Lancia Zeta/Phedra}................

So all are basically a rebadged version of The PSA product ..........
Oddities being trim variants  and Price {Like VW & Skoda/Seat} Something tells me the only Diesel engine used regardless of brand  was Is/A PSA..........
{Big Brothers [Relay/Jumper,Boxer and Ducato] get the 2.2ltr Diesel ............ But only The Ducato will give you the option of a 2.3 ltr (A Fiat 2.3 if you want to pay for it!)

(So you might just find it's the whole PSA Group to choose from)

You got a 2.8 in the boxers. Its the model i was looking at before the LDV. Think its the same 2.8 that wend in the Iveco Daily

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#6 2020-05-11 22:42:47

vaz2121
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Re: Custom Steering wheel / Spine size

Casper wrote:

You got a 2.8 in the boxers. Its the model i was looking at before the LDV. Think its the same 2.8 that wend in the Iveco Daily

Yes I do believe you are correct which I think made it the Sofim diesel (Renault/Fiat development) although here Badged as a HDI............
{A Half decent Motor}....

I think could be wrong.... Where the current 2.3L and 3.0L are derived

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