|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.7 x 3.9 x 2.8 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1|
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Bl Silicon Black Platinum Power Handle Car Steering Wheel Suicide Spinner Accessory Knob for Car Vehicle
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1. We focus on the automotive accessories market, providing top quality products with stylish and elegant design.
2. When turning the car, it lightens the turning radius and helps beginners and lady drivers to drive safely and conveniently.
3. Enables driver to steer more precisely when driving slowly ofr parking.
4. Stylish and elegant design upgrades the fashion of the car.
Dynamic and sporty design for more Safe Power Steering! Support the operation of steering wheel conveniently and smoothly Excellent grip, Ergonomics easy to install / suitable for most cars
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The gripping surface is textured and rubberised making for a very secure and comfortable feel. The bearings are very smooth and operate with very little resistance. The look is very straightforward yet appealing without the hot rod look that is so common in most steering knobs.
The only complaint is that the written directions for installation were solely in Japanese. That really wasn't a problem, however, as the accompanying graphics were more than sufficient for a quick, easy and secure installation.
As our vehicle comes with a slightly padded leather steering wheel, I was concerned about possible damage. While I'm certain there will be a permanent impression once the knob is removed, the set of included pads ensure as much as is possible that will be the only issue resulting from the use of this product.
I really am very happy with this particular steering knob and wish it had been the first I ever bought. I would absolutely recommend it to anyone who is in need of such a device, and if we ever need another steering knob I will definitely purchase this again.
Installation. So the knob comes with two silicon pad things to fill the gaps on your steering wheel. Which seemed like a good idea. Except that if your steering wheel is a little to small or little to big, well your outta luck - its gonna be loose. I tried my darndest to get both filler pads to work on my steering wheel to no avail ('07 Toyota Highlander). I simply could not get the nut into the back end (the pads caused the alignment of the holes to be off). What I would really have liked is several small thin pads to fill the gaps and make this thing tight on the steering wheel. That said, and from what you can see in the pictures, is my handy fix. What I ended up doing was wrapping the steering wheel a bit in plastic food wrap (you can see it in the pictures). Then using several small strips of double sided sticky foam tape. This was my last resort as I had tried diligently for over an hour to get the included pads to work.
It is still not as tight as Id like it to be - I foresee taking it off and tweaking it down the future. But for now it will be fine. My truck is my mobile office so this will be getting daily heavy use. I will update some time in near future.
As you can see in the pictures its not entirely 'rounded around' the steering wheel and is kinda weirdly gaped. Not a problem really as it is much tighter then the stock pads allow. It wont move left or right, but I can see it moving inwards if you push to hard on it.
What I think this thing really needed was two nuts on each side - then you could really crank it down and make it very tight on the steering wheel. The hook/slot thing just makes you frustrated as you try and squeeze the crap out of the thing to make it work/align with nut. Needless to say I swore a lot in that 60+ minutes. In the end I don't like having to jerry rig new products to make them work for their intended purpose. Especially when your going to be using this to drive and having it slip back while mid turn could be disastrous.
Now as for the people having trouble mounting this product, if you're trying to mount this to a soft foam or leather wheel, you have to take into account the looseness of that material when you are mounting the clamp. I'm a younger guy, and I do most of my own mechanic work; I had to fight with this to get it to mount tightly enough to meet my satisfaction. After fighting it for a solid 8 minutes, it will still move if put under enough downward or upward force, given that my wheel is NOT a perfect round shape. The wheel I mounted this to is elliptical all the way around the wheel, I was able to put it in a position that I feel comfortable using this product on the street as well as off-road 4x4 which was the main reason for the purchase.
TL;DR for mounting, if you didn't fight with the screw to get the threads started during mounting, it will not be tight enough to hold onto your wheel and will be unsafe and/or loosen over time.
If my opinion changes of the product I will be sure to edit with any modifications I had to make to enable sufficient use.