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Playseat Challenge steering wheel bar play remover.

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I updated the design to be a tighter fit and easier to install. They're slightly different from the one in the installation photos, but the parts install the same way as before.

These two parts are designed to remove the play in the steering bar of the Challenge racing rig, where it connects to the seat frame.

One part is a bushing that goes around the outside and one part is a plug that is a better fit inside the tube than the stock tube.

The bushing has a hole on the underside which can be used to lock it in place with M4 screws or set screws if it's a loose fit. Assorted screws via my affiliate link.

Check out my other Playseat Challenge accessories as well:

3D printing settings

Print the plug solid for strength. The outside bushing can be printed with 20% infill.

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Last update: 2018/02/01 at 15:25
  • Publication date: 2018/01/27 at 20:10



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It's designed to be printed in PLA. Any hard material should work fine if you can print it accurately. PETG, ABS or nylons will shrink. It's in mmm.

Hey, i'm a complete newbie to the word of 3d printing. What material would you recommend, ABS? Does the inner piece need to be solid? Is the design in MM? Many thanks!

This looks like the perfect solution for me. Dumb question but what material should this be printed in please.

Thanks for sharing this awesome design. Had it 3d printed and it works like i charm. If you have somethignwere i can donate to, i would gladly do it.

Thanks for the quick response! This works beautifully!

You push in the silver spring loaded pin in the tube and then you can slide them apart.

How do you get the original pieces apart to put the newly printed one on. I apologize if this is a dumb question. Not very good at things like this

Just installed the part and can't wait to try it...seems like it has done the trick! Nice work, sir.

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