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hey guys i have my f1 playseat up for sale its a great seat for racing games great condition and a quality built seat. Its designed for optimizing your're racing on the virtual track. Rare item to be seen in Australia and can attach almost any type of racing steering wheel sets. Extremely comfortable to sit in, its a must! . $1000 0412204451
thought i'ld post up what i've made with my hacksaw and a drill, since we're mostly simulation nuts here. i wish the XBOX would accept a G25/27 without any fuss but =\ I figured it wasn't too hard to make up a little sim frame to allow me to enjoy driving in GT5. it just needed to be done so with a little time on my hands, i set off to make myself a simframe out of whatever i could find. A computer table of an acceptable shape turned up in gumtree for a few dollars and that was what sparked it off. i rocked up to collect the table from a guy and he asked whether i would be using a laptop or a desktop on it - i didn't know what to tell him that wouldn't turn his face red so i said, i didn't know - with which he offered a tiny piece of pine which he used to chock his desktop up; what a nice guy, bless him. after arriving home, the table was instantly cleaned off spiders and eggs and stripped apart. don't have a picture of the original but it was a study table with a top bit. i tested the top bit with a seat to see if the height was suitable, but it felt a little bit too low even if i had simulated the height after installation. next was the bottom half of the table, which looked a little bit sportier and a little bit higher + had space for strengthening if needed. it looked the part to be honest and i liked it. the bit where the steering wheel sits is actually the keyboard slate which slides out when someone needs to type. pretty awesome that everything was close to what i imagined. The plan was to have a vertically-stored sim frame. it was evident that all simframes took up alot of floor space and would be horrid to have around the living room/bed room even. The computer table came with castor wheels and i planned to have them on the frame at the base so that i could stand the frame up and roll it away for storage. so at the feet/pedal end of the frame, i slapped on the castor wheels and they turned up good. A bit of the edge rubber had to be sliced off to accomodate the keyboard slate so that happened too.