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Thread: Steering Wheels

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    Steering Wheels

    Havnt used one yet. Looking for a decent one but not for 200 $. Any ideas?

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    I'm using a Thrustmaster Force Feedback Pro Clutch edition. (Wow that's a mouthful.)

    The wheel might be a little small, but you get used to it. I've had mine a couple of years now and it's still holding up. Haven't had any problems with it.

    If you shop around you can pick one up from $100.00 - $150.00

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    Can't be smaller then a console controller though eh? Hah

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    I am using a Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience and am having no problems. Paid $45 bucks for it.

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    DFGT is IMO the best budget from the money.

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    Had a DFGT before I stepped up to a G27. Very good wheel with a decent price! Of course if you're nice to your relatives maybe you'll get a G27 for Christmas. My sister sprung for me one after I dropped the appropriate amount of hints and whined a lot! Of course it helps that I keep her computer running for free and drive her to work!

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    Wow you guys spent over $200 for a steering wheel. I'm stingy. I want a wheel but that's expensive!
    Last edited by keithcrestone; 10-02-2013 at 09:52 PM.

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    Yes, it is expensive..... but over the years (and I mean years)..... I have spent more buying replacement wheels for "brand-name" wheels that just break or die..... Knock on wood, my Logitech G25 is still hanging in there and I have put many, many, many hours racing with this wheel. It is well built and lasts.

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    By the way... The support from Logitech is over the Top. My G27 is broken, i call the hotline and explain what the issue is. My warranty has not expired. After a few mails they told me that i get a new one. The only thing i have to do is to scrap the old one.
    So it is worth to spend the money.
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