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VEVOR G920 G29 Racing Steering Wheel Gaming Chair Stand for Logitech G25 G27 G29 and G920 Racing Wheel Pro Stand Wheel and Pedals Not included

G29 Racing Steering Wheel Stand for Logitech G25 G27 G29 and G920

This ultimate steering wheel racing game stand is the perfect solution for racing game fans of all ages. The versatile gaming accessory features a sturdy base when foot pedals (Not included) are securely attached to the stand. The adjustable wheel and pedals, when used with this stand provide unique flexibility and allow the gamer to adjust to a custom setting for optimal gaming performance.

So you’ve got rock solid frame; feet on the pedals; hands on the wheels.

Your mind is on the awesome sound and graphics of the game. All is good in the world…if you must think about the stand while you are playing the game…you’ve got the wrong stand. We hear you. You are still thinking that something so small cannot possibly be as good as we claim it to be. It’s not a conspiracy; it’s actually fairly simple. Just try it!

Pre drilled so you can hard mount a number of pedals on the market; also with a mounting bracket to secure pedals that cannot be hard mounted.

comes pre-drilled for:

Logitech G25; G27; G29; G920

Thrustmaster T300RS; TX F458; T500RS; T3PA-PRO (F1/GT) pedals

Fanatec Clubsport and CSR pedals.

Feature

Foldable for easy storage

Clear pedal access; No Bar in the middle

Cradle of the rigid frame; anyone can easily install easy to assemble

Height adjustable to suit the user's cradle

Racing wheel-mounted adjustable plate

Gear shifter bracket height adjustment

Stand comes fully assembled; just attach your gear

Specifications


Overall dimensions: 22"x19"/ 57x49cm (LxW)

The height of the wheel stand can be adjusted: from 22" (56cm) up to 30.7" (78cm)

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Wheel Stand Pro for Logitech G29/G920/G27/G25 Racing Wheel - DELUXE V2

Game Controller Stand - for steering wheel and pedal mounting, foldable, for Logitech G25 / G27 / G29 / G920 / G923 and with the purchase of additional accessories also for Logitech GT / PRO / EX / FX, Thrustmaster T300RS with T3PA, T500RS, F430, POrsche GT2 / GT3, CSR

Price incl. VAT€109.76
Price excl. VAT€90.71
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will this work on the playstation 4

will this work on the playstation 4

Customer,

09. 07. 2016,

1 answer

Customer,

04. 09. 2016,

2 answers

I just want to know if this steering wheel is compatible with the xbox 360 so I don't buy it and then it doesn't work so please get back to me if it works on the xbox 360!!!!

I just want to know if this steering wheel is compatible with the xbox 360 so I don't buy it and then it doesn't work so please get back to me if it works on the xbox 360!!!!

Customer,

07. 09. 2016,

3 answers

Do you actually get everything with this item, like do you get the pedals the steering wheel and the gear shifter, or is this item just the steering wheel stand by its self????

Do you actually get everything with this item, like do you get the pedals the steering wheel and the gear shifter, or is this item just the steering wheel stand by its self????

Customer,

07. 09. 2016,

1 answer

Hi there!can somebody tell me if does this wheelstandpro conect with the computer or laptop without the need of a ps-4

Hi there!can somebody tell me if does this wheelstandpro conect with the computer or laptop without the need of a ps-4

Customer,

27. 11. 2016,

1 answer

Can you choose what side the gear stick goes or is it only on the right?

Can you choose what side the gear stick goes or is it only on the right?

Customer,

22. 09. 2017,

1 answer

Where will a get wheels pedal and clutch from?? To fit stand and PS4 please

Where will a get wheels pedal and clutch from?? To fit stand and PS4 please

Customer,

28. 09. 2017,

1 answer

I want to buy one for my son.Steering wheel gear stick and pedals.Where can I buy from plz HELPPP

I want to buy one for my son.Steering wheel gear stick and pedals.Where can I buy from plz HELPPP

Customer,

30. 09. 2017,

1 answer

What model is the steering wheel? What’s that set called... I want the pedals, wheel and shifter... wondering what it’s called and where I can buy it. Thanks - craig

What model is the steering wheel? What’s that set called... I want the pedals, wheel and shifter... wondering what it’s called and where I can buy it. Thanks - craig

Customer,

04. 10. 2017,

1 answer

Will this work on a Xbox one s

Will this work on a Xbox one s

Customer,

15. 10. 2017,

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Introduction: Racing Wheel Stand

Video game steering wheels (and pedal-boxes) make playing racing games/simulators alot more fun. Of course they do! And for the money they charge for them they better! But even if you decide to fork over the dough and buy one, it won't do you any good without something to mount it to. Off-the-shelf products do exist, but you can easily end up spending just as much for one as you did for your racing wheel and it might not work very well, hold up to abuse, or look good in your living room.

I picked up a Logitech G920 racing wheel for the XBOX ONE, and immediately set about building a stand to hold it. This instructable will cover the design and construction of a wheel stand which is specifically for the Logitech G920, but it should be easily adaptable to other wheels/pedal-boxes.

Step 1: The Test-jig

First I knocked up a quick and simple stand out of some 2x4, MDF and plywood scraps just to be sure I was getting the dimensions right. Getting the wheel at a comfortable height, and pedal-box set back at the right distance is critical to your future gaming happiness. I decided, for the sake of my living room space and my marriage, to just use the couch as my seat instead of going all-out on a racing bucket seat, so that is what I used to set my dimensions.

As it is, this simple stand is perfectly usable and I have done a fair bit of racing with it. But it does have some drawbacks:

  • its heavy
  • it has more slop in it than I'd like
  • its not adjustable in case other people want to play
  • its ugly
  • it takes up alot of space

Step 2: Modeling the Wheel Stand

The design for the new wheel stand needed to incorporate the following elements:

  • adjustable wheel height
  • adjustable pedal-box placement
  • suitable lateral support
  • looks good!
  • collapses for easier storage
  • design for cutting on CNC router

I designed the stand in Pro/Engineer, and output .dxf files that I can open in Cut2D to generate the G-code I need to cut it on my homebuilt CNC router. The pedal-box hole layout on the baseplate is specific to the G920 and probably won't work with other brands, but the top plate should work with any wheel that has a clamping mechanism (I used the built-in clamps on mine even though it has threaded inserts for mounting bolts).

I made the holes on the uprights to fit 5/16" bolts since that is what I had on hand. I also had several 5/16"-18 threaded hand knobs that I was able to use on them, but I would consider them optional. The height adjustment method isn't so quick that the knobs are going to save you much over, say, wingnuts or even regular hex nuts.

The parts are cut from 3/4" plywood. I generally prefer to use Baltic birch plywood because its dense layers makes for an attractive edge, and its generally free of voids which is nice when you're cutting partial depth slots as I am here. It is slightly heavier than other less-dense plywood but I find the trade-off to be worth it.

The nominal 3/4" plywood I used turned out to be closer to 11/16" (about 0.70") so I made another set of drawings (slot widths set to 0.72") to give a tighter fit.

Step 3: Cutting the Parts

With the parts drawn, laid out in such a way to optimally fill a plywood sheet, and toolpaths generated, the cutting can begin. For this project I used a 1/4" diameter upcut Spiral O-flute bit, which I run at 10,000 RPM and a feedrate of 100 inch/min. The same cutter was used for all cutting operations (holes, pockets, and profiles).

This project should also be doable using more conventional tools. I designed it with slots and pockets for the various parts to fit together easily, but it can be made to work nearly as well without them. A craftsman fabricating one of these by hand will obviously need to be careful to accurately mark out all of the parts before they begin cutting. Special care should be taken when laying out the pattern for the holes in the risers.

Step 4: Assembly & Hardware Install

The cut parts can now be trimmed and sanded prior to assembly. There are two sub-assemblies: the lower includes the base-plate and the lower portions of the risers, and the upper includes the top-plate and the upper risers. Assemble the upper portion first, then use it as a spacer while assembling the lower portion. Its hard to fully account for material thickness even when cutting on the CNC, so its best to assemble the part which nests inside the other and use it as a guide for the outer pieces. The pieces were glued and screwed, then left to dry before a final finish sanding.

Since the plywood is so dense it would be impossible to drive the prongs of the threaded inserts into the wood as they would normally be driven, so I marked the locations of the prongs then drilled a small hole at each location about 1/4" deep. I then used a bolt and one of the threaded knobs, along with some washers and a piece of scrap plywood (as to not mess up the nicely sanded wood) to press the inserts into place. Once they were set, I put a few drops of superglue to hold them in place. Since they will normally be under compression when in use, the glue only needs to hold the inserts in place when its disassembled. I probably could have cut the prongs off, but its nice to have the additional glued surface of the prongs inside their holes.

Step 5: Final Assembly & Finishing Touches

I painted the sub-assemblies separately. All surfaces except for the bottom of the base-plate were painted first with a coat of grey primer then finished in semi-gloss black. After they were dry, I put some automotive spray wax on the inside mating surfaces of the base-plate risers so that hopefully the paint on the two pieces won't stick where they are clamped together.

I found some "no dent" carpet protectors for furniture and installed them - mostly this was so the base-plate would rest more firmly on the floor and not float on top of the squishy carpet. The cables were routed along the inside of one of the upper risers using some adhesive-backed cable anchors and zipties. I did not attach the cables to the bottom piece because I didn't want to cause cabling problems if/when I collapse the wheel stand for storage.

Step 6: Materials and Tools

Materials:

  • 3/4" Baltic-birch plywood, approx. 3ft x 5ft
  • wood glue
  • super glue (cyanoacrylate)
  • 1" or 1 1/4" flathead screws (wood screws, drywall, etc.), approx. 40
  • machine screws & hardware (I used 5/16"-18 threaded inserts, 2 1/2" long bolts and knobs that I already had, but any kind of machine screw or bolt hardware that can attach the upper and lower sub-assemblies would work)
  • Rustoleum grey primer
  • Rustoleum "Painters Touch" semi-gloss black paint
  • Carpet dent protectors (one pack of 4, plastic)
  • zip-ties and anchors

Tools:

  • CNC router (bandsaw, jigsaw, scrollsaw, tablesaw, or even handsaw would work, as discussed)
  • Random-orbital sander
  • Cordless drill/driver

Step 7: Improvements

There are a few changes I would make to this design if I were to make it again, and a few additions I may yet make to the wheel stand.

First, the stand is not really noticeably lighter than the old one. I would cut some "speed holes" into the base-plate specifically to lighten it up. Also, I messed up when cutting the mounting holes for the pedal-box so the inside pair of bolts do not line up. The bolt pattern for this pedal-box is asymmetric, and I accidentally cut mine with the inside bolts offset towards the wrong side (they would be perfect if the pedal-box was turned 180 degrees, but of course that would make it difficult to drive). No big deal since the 4 outside bolts are more than enough to hold it.

As for additions to be made, I'll probably drill an extra pair of holes in the upper risers so that they mate up with the forward holes in the lower risers when the stand is collapsed. This way I could then add a handle somewhere and be confident the two parts aren't going to move around when I transport it. This would also help address the current problem where the wheel touches the base-plate when it is collapsed (it can't be good to be putting a constant off-axis load on the steering wheel shaft).

Also, I'll probably attach a small box to the stand to hold the cables when in storage or transport.

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Wheel Stand Pro for Logitech G29/G920/G27/G25 Racing Wheel - DELUXE V2

Features include:


  • Tilt of the steering wheel column 360° STEPLESS adjustable
  • Quick release mechanism for rapid adjustment
  • Specially designed to support Logitech G923, G29, G920, G27 and G25 Racing Wheels
  • Additional plate to fix gear shifter on Left or Right side for UK or European drivers
  • Gear shifter can be mounted in two different positions- above or below the wheel level
  • Adjustable for all sizes of players and for every chair and sofa
  • Ready to work out of the box
  • Handcrafted full metal construction for life-time durability and stability
  • High quality anti-sliding rubber feet
  • Precision build for maximum rigidity and stability
  • Easy upgrade for other wheels

Genuine European quality in design, material and craftsmanship.

All prices are for the stand only. Wheel and pedals not included.

Tested with: Gran Turismo 3, Gran Turismo 4, Gran Turismo 5, Gran Turismo 6, Gran Turismo Sport, Dirt2, Dirt3, Dirt Rally, Need For Speed, F2011, Burnout, Grid, GTR2, Test Drive, RBR, Rfactor, IRacing, Procject Cars, Project Cars 2, Assetto Corsa, WRC, F1 2016/2017/2018

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