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    PnP 737NG steering tiller?

    Hi all,

    In today's age of plug n' play, there seems to be a PnP solution for just about everything you'd need to complete a realistic 737NG cockpit. One thing I haven't been able to locate is a plug n' play steering tiller. Does anyone know if this piece is commercially available? I've looked everywhere I know, but to no avail.

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    Dont think I have ever seen one...
    But, this is one of the simplest things to create with the trusty Leo card - take 1 Leo Bodnar card (which ever flavour suits), 1 potentiometer, 1 tiller handle (routech make a very nice one although I am sure other's are available), 1 bolt, connect the tiller via the bolt to the pot and wire the pot to the Leo card, plug in, asign in FSUIPC and off you go...
    Worked 1st time for me

    Cheers
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    usb wheel

    HI,
    try some cheap USB car steering wheel.
    remove wheel and attach tiller.

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    steering tiller

    try this: www.simparts.de, look for: Flugsimulation - Baugruppen 737 - steuerelemente - steering tiller mechanik. You need variant No. 3: this is plug and play. 225 euros. (i think this site is only in german, though.)

    Cheers Chris

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    tiller

    good day chums......
    mike's right, sorting the tiller is easy.
    here's how..... http://www.737ng.co.uk/tiller.pdf
    have a great day ... rgds ... ian
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    Hi Chris,

    Here is a link of an USB version of the tiller, they have from TQ to Yokes. Seems like they are from Mexico D.F. and I don't see an option to translate to English. Hope this helps.

    http://www.122punto1.com/index.php?menu=11

    http://www.122punto1.com/index.php?m...ipoM=1&tipoM=1

    V/R,

    Pedro

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    You can get the site in english.... click the union jack flag on the right of the screen (just above the "paypal" stuff)

    Steve

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