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Thrustmaster TMX Pro Racing Wheel - $288 + Shipping (Free with Club Catch) @ Catch

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Saw the G29 deal and this is a comparable wheel for a bit cheaper. Goes for $369 on Amazon, over $400 at JB

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    Good if you don't need a stick.

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      In case anyone was curious, the stick in the G29 is a pile of trash and not worth it at all. This thrustmaster though isn't like the good thrustmasters that are belt driven, these are mechanical like the G29. G29 is much more solid if that matters, and has higher quality materials.

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        Agreed - the stick on the G29 is garbage, but only $60 (I say "only" compared to the TM stick…I think $60 is still a rip-off for the quality).

        I think you can add a stick to the TMX Pro called a TH8A, but they're north of $250.

        So, total price from the G29 deal $328 + $60 = $388.
        TMX Pro $288 (not inc shipping) + ~$250 = ~$538.

        Also, I wouldn't recommend this TMX Pro wheel considering the G29 is way better quality and similarly priced (I have both). The pedals are trash on the TMX Pro, too.

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          Thanks for this info mate, I have the G920 and love it (except for the brake pedal!)

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            @PTG Benny: The brake pedal is one of my favourite things about the G29 haha.
            It has a bit more resistance than the TMX Pro which feels weightless.

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            @PTG Benny: diy a simple mod on the brake pedal. plenty on youtube.

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              @kekw: Its only ACC which is where I struggle with brake pressure, the rest of the sim games I play are fine. I just wish ACC had more calibration options on console

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          Yes, this is what i mean. Yes G29 is shiet. But you can't compare $60 against $250.

          If you just want a stick. The $60 can't be too wrong.

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    Pricematched on Amazon - Free delivery for Prime

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      How'd you do that?

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        At the time, Amazon dropped their price to match. Having said that, I had to return the Amazon version and get the Catch one.
        Amazon version is the European 110-115V version, not compatible with Australian 220-240V power