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Thrustmaster steering wheel. T300 Ferrari or T500RS

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Asked about steering wheels earlier and was recommended to buy a Logitech one. But I want to know which is best, the T300 with the Ferrari alcantara wheel, or the T500RS?

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The T500 RS looks to be built a little more "naturally" vs the T300 assuming that the pedals go forward rather than down. 

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2 hours ago, ARikozuM said:

The T500 RS looks to be built a little more "naturally" vs the T300 assuming that the pedals go forward rather than down. 

Which do you think has the best base? That's most important, as the wheel and pedals can be replaced

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Just now, Owlman said:

Which do you think has the best base? That's most important, as the wheel and pedals can be replaced

I still say the RS. Having the pedals feel as though you're pushing forward is preferable to pushing down. 

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