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steering wheel you can shape
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Steering wheel you can bend so you can drive in comfort. Can make in any shape you like.Round,oval triangle or square.Whatever.
jerry4703, Jan 16 2003


       I want handlebars.
FarmerJohn, Jan 16 2003

       Joystick and rudder controlls for me.
talen, Jan 16 2003

       Mind control; only responds if you have a humorus thought.
FloridaManatee, Jan 16 2003

       They're cheaper by the twelve dozen.
FarmerJohn, Jan 16 2003

       Lego steering wheels?
kropotkin, Jan 16 2003

       Bliss, if you can't figure that out for your self I'm not going to tell you!
barnzenen, Jan 16 2003

       [Forni], I think you shape it to whatever is ergonomically (is that a word?) correct for your style of driving and then perhaps you bake it or something so that it keeps that shape. very nice idea. you would have to play with different shapes though to find the one you like so perhaps the shop lets you have a test drive.
po, Jan 16 2003

       I could see this working. Have a bunch of links. Each link has an in-line dial that drives a screw to clamp the adjacent joint of the next link. Cover the steering wheel when you're done adjusting to prevent inadvertantly loosening some links.   

       The downside is that you might accidentally make your steering wheel too oblong and thereby prevent sharp turns as you hit your legs with the steering wheel.
lumpy, Jan 16 2003

       There is a nut behind this "steering" wheel...& methinks it is LOOSE !
chembustion, Apr 06 2004

       whatever happened to the bendowheel?
neilp, Dec 17 2004

       Useful if you have an accident and want to blame the other guy more (Look what you did to my wheel!!)
phundug, Dec 17 2004


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