This 3D printed part allows you to securely mount your racing steering wheels that use a quick release hub on a wall for display. It has the same amount of mounting holes as the aluminum part it replaces and it’s also much lighter. It was printed with PETG-G filament with a 20% infill. The part feels sturdy enough for mounting steering wheels on the wall. It is a cool way to organize all your racing wheels and display them at the same time. Sim-racing fans with many different types of racing wheels and button layouts will appreciate this.
This 3d printed part only works with quick release hubs that have a total of 8 ball-lock bearings (see photo above). The hubs are usually referred to as “6-hole steering wheel hub kits” which are compatible with many aftermarket racing steering wheels.
I have also been thinking about using this part to replace the aluminum part I’m using on my Thrustmaster T300 RS racing wheels but I want to run some tests to see if this part is strong enough for the job. I had to drill out a lot of the aluminum in an attempt at making the part lighter, since the T300 RS steering shaft is not designed to support additional weight. This lighter 3d printed part might help relieve some of that stress.
3D design format: STL
3D model size: X 83 × Y 33.8 × Z 83 mm
Supports Needed: No
This 3D STL file can be purchased and downloaded from:
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