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Tim d Guest

Got x for xmas and want to get a yoke. Any suggestions? Thank you

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The_Finman Trainee

There used to be a lot more makers of "sim gear"...either that or I'm losing my mind.

I use CH Products as they make a very nice yoke for simulators.

http://www.chproducts.com/retail/y_fsyusb.html

When I got my yoke, I was pleasently surprised at the quality and how sturdy & durable it was.

My only gripe with CH Products, is they charge MORE for their own product(s) than some of their vendors do.

I haven't quite figured out why, but let me show you..

Here is their (CH Products) yoke direct from them at $150 (not including shipping and/or

Quantity Name SKU Each Total
Flight Sim Yoke USB 200-615 $149.95 $149.95

Select Tax (I live outside of California -- 0.00%) (I live in California -- 7.25%I live in San Diego County -- 7.75%)

Shipping UPS Ground: $9.88 UPS 2nd Day Air: $30.40 UPS Next Day: $50.40

Sub Total $149.95
Shipping $9.88
Tax $0.00
Total $159.83

http://www.chproducts.com/cgi-bin/sc/order.cgi?rd=1&storeid=*101be149bc06b4413f55&sbid=SSMSB1169878159.2336&prevlocation=http://www.chproducts.com/retail/y_fsyusb.html

Anyway, by just checking around I found at BizRate (click on the link below to pull up the same search)

http://www.bizrate.com/gamecontrollers/ch-products-flightsim-yoke-usb-wheel--pid5128733/

I think I paid around $85 for mine, which was a heck of a lot better than $150 from CH Products themselves. Still, that seems kind of strange, but my guess is they don't dealing directly with the public...but who knows?

Anyway, good luck.

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

I second that. I use the CH Yoke, Throttle Quadrant and Rudder Pedals.

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