Mounting the steering wheel to your Playseats game racing frame can be accomplished in several ways. The steering wheel makes use of a dual clamping system and with the aid of two plastic screw knobs, located on the top of the main wheel enclosure, can be mounted on your Playseats top arm. After tightening the knobs these can be sunk down into the casing by pushing down on them and turning them a quarter way thus ensuring that these don't stick out obtrusively. The Playseat driving wheel holder has been made to fit perfectly to the Logitech G25.
After tightening the knobs these can be sunk down into the casing by pushing down. This action fixes the wheel to the metal plate of the racing frame.
An extra that will be greatly appreciated by the somewhat more serious sim-racers is the option to attach the wheel to the game seat raceframe through the two threaded screw holes located on the bottom of the unit, this allows the steering wheel to be attached securely to the metal frame without fear of it moving around.
The steering wheel can be mounted by using either the dual clamping system or the threaded screw holes. In the Playseats box you will find the screwa to fix it firmly (see red circles).
A Playseat is the best place where place your Logitech G25
Pedals can make or break a steering wheel set, and with the G25 Logitech has looked carefully at its previous designs and what could be improved overall. The first thing we notice when we take the pedals out of the box is that the unit has three pedals instead of the more common two. Instead of having just a gas and brake pedal Logitech has seen fit to include an analogue clutch pedal! The thing that stands out most about the pedal unit is the material used to construct the pedals, all three pedals are made of stainless steel and not only does this make them feel extremely solid during use but it looks really cool too.
No less than six threaded screw holes allow the pedals to be attached securely to the raceframe. No more slippery pedals under your desk!