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Old 05-01-2009, 03:18 PM   #1
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Hello is anyone able to identify this hub adapter from the supplied pictures?
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Nope, but I bet it's Japanese in origin.
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Looks a lot like my Daikei.
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anyone have pictures of a daikei hub
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google it. seriously, a ton of miata vendors offer them.
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after looking through the limited pictures it seems the daikei hub tapers at the end so this being straight probably isn't it i wish i could see a picture of the daikei with the bottom showing
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can anyone with a daikei hub identify the reverse side of this as a daikei or submit a picture of that side, the side that attaches to the column just wondering if this would be plug and play from that.

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Just out of curiosity..why is it you're so interested in this hub? It's that it's going to be a bitch to obtain seeing as in it's in Japan and there are plenty of readily available hubs that are known to be more than good enough (not like it takes much to make a decent hub BTW) seems to me like you're wanting it because it's M4d tYte and on yahoo japan?
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because if it is a daikei and plug and play it is the cheapest one i can find all told it would be 25 for the hub and 25 for shipping
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