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podgeandrodge
23-02-2016, 19:16
Hi, I know this isn't specifically Project Cars related, but this question arose in another thread so just posting this information for anyone that needs to know.


Can anyone tell me if you can hard mount the T150 onto a Playseat or not? I'm hearing conflicting reports about this and I'd like to be sure about it before I maybe purchase it in the coming months.


I know, I saw that. But then I asked someone at Playseatstore.com and they said that it could be hard mounted onto a Playseat. So now I want to be absolutely sure about it. I'd go to a shop and check, but they don't have them anywhere in shops here in Finland.


Yep, I know the pedals can be hard mounted. It's the wheel itself that I want to know about. It seems very strange that they would not include any holes for hard mounting it, yet that is what the guys at Inside Sim Racing did say in their first impressions video.

I can confirm that T150 works with Playseat Challenge. It had me stumped for quite a long time and I had nearly reached the conclusion that it would not work. The T150 comes, as with others I presume, an "attachment system" and fastening screw for mounting on a table. I had presumed that this was not required when mounting onto the playseat challenge. But as mentioned, there are no holes for a direct fixing, so you place the T150 on the playseat mounting plate using the "attachment system" which bolts the wheel to the plate using the fastening screw that came with the wheel, and none of the screws that came with the playseat.

Rock solid for me now and enjoying the T150/Playseat Challenge combo very much!


http://s9.postimg.org/xxr7hiubj/t150a.jpg (http://postimage.org/)

http://s9.postimg.org/idjtqzk73/t150b.jpg (http://postimage.org/)

http://s9.postimg.org/ppp9wj2f3/t150c.jpg (http://postimage.org/)

Aizcold
23-02-2016, 19:41
Thanks for showing this! I had already enquired about this at a store here and they said that it would be attachable with the clamp. But it's good to know from someone that has actually tried it that it works properly and the wheel is attached to the seat solidly.

Thanks a lot!