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Good Vibrations Meteor 120 Easy-Rider Tight-Turn Steering Knob


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Product Description

  • Tight turn steering knob
  • Easy Rider series
  • Makes steering fast and easy
  • Extra control and comfort
  • Backing up is now simple
  • Low friction bearings for smooth spinning and durability
  • Durable high quality soft grip material
  • Assorted colors
  • Patent pending
  • For off road use only
  • Length: 2.5
  • Width: 5
  • Height: 8.5

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    Amazon.com: 133 reviews
    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    Easy Rider Tractor Steering Knob 16 Mar. 2010
    By Arthur Senior - Published on Amazon.com
    Verified Purchase
    INSTALL: Installing my steering knob was pretty self explanatory. However, you should know that this product, comes with two spacers. Spacer "A" is for medium sized steering wheels. While spacer "B" is for thin sized wheels, and you don't even need a spacer at all, for thick sized wheels.

    All I had to do, is take the allen wrench, which they supplied with the product, and remove the screw. Then I pulled the arm out, and installed spacer "A". Then I placed the arm over the steering wheel. (screw side facing inside of wheel) I then tightened it down very tight with the allen wrench. (The tighter the better, to keep it from moving around, on the steering wheel.)

    EXPERIENCE: My experience with this product has been a good one. I got this, because after hours of mowing, my arms and hands usually get sore. This is not good, because it lessens my productivity. The other reason is, backing up trailers, can sometimes be a big hassle without one.

    The steering knob, delivers smooth movement with my hand, and delivers a fluid motion, to the wheels. Its still not as good as having power steering, but its the next best thing. I been able to operate this for 30 minutes, without a single hand or arm pain. And I find, it makes backing up much easier as well.

    CONCLUSION: In conclusion, I feel that this is a quality steering knob, that is going to last a long time. It cuts down on my hand and arm strain, and allows me to work more productively. It makes turning and backing up easier. If you are disabled in some way, I highly recommend you pickup one of these! And cause this comes in multiple colors, just like a box of chocolates, you never know what your going to get. lol

    UPDATE: 06/05/12

    I just wanted to inform everyone that my spinner knob on my Husqvarna tractor is still working great. The top of it that has the name on it is a bit faded, but the built in bearings are holding up very well. Infact, its so useful and durable that I purchased one for my second tractor recently, I now have one on my Craftsman that I restored. See picture uploaded! :-)
    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    120 Easy Rider Mower steering Knob 22 April 2011
    By Bulldog - Published on Amazon.com
    Verified Purchase
    THIS ITEM PURCHASED FROM AMAZON.COM.. AT AGE 69 WITH ARTHRITIUS; WAS HAVING MUCH DIFFICULTY STEERING WHILE CUTTING GRASS..
    REMEMBERED THE STEERING KNOB 0F AN OLE VEHICLE I HAD IN MY YOUTH.. FIGURED THIS WOULD HELP.
    BOUGHT IT AND BEEN IMPRESSED AT HOW MUCH THIS
    SMALL ITEM MADE THE JOB WAY EASIER THAN I COULD
    EVER IMAGINE. BEST PURCHASED I EVER MADE..
    RECOMMEND THIS FOR EVERYONE..
    TKS
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    Easy Rider Steering Knob 5 Dec. 2007
    By Thomas Parry - Published on Amazon.com
    This is a very good product. Very strong. Has a great mounting system. Well worth the money..
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    Get ONE Soon !! 23 Jan. 2013
    By TJ in Lkpt IL - Published on Amazon.com
    Verified Purchase
    I have about 1.3 acres of grass ( 2 acres minus 0.7 for the house, drive trees & plants)
    BEFORE 4.5 hours dodging shrubs, tight turns, backing and ducking low branches while maneuvering took 4.5 hours and I was sore shoulders to shins.
    AFTER can turn one-handed while pushing overhanging lilac bushes and other eye-pokers away. NO MORE hand-over-hand SLOW, tugging tight turns or jockeying and alternate shifting FWD to RVRS. NOW, one hand on shifter and one on this (securely tightened) "Suicide" knob and 3 hours OR less (once 2.5 hrs) and DONE !! Normally 33% TIME saved and NOT sore. When I replace this mower I am moving this GADGET to the new one.
    The mower is NO LONGER my SECOND home.
    1.5 hrs /wk for other things. Maybe I'll fix that hammock.
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    A Great Retro Piece That Works Well. 24 May 2010
    By Fiend4Mojitos - Published on Amazon.com
    I read how another reviewer had difficulty installing this spinner. I installed one on my 17 year old Lawn Boy using the larger of the 2 spacers. It might help having a 3rd hand to assist but it wasn't bad mounting it. Turn the Allen screw slightly while lining it up with the threaded insert and it'll go right in. The spacer fits one way only, lining up with the notches in the mounting band.

    Once installed it helps to free up one hand while steering. It's great for quick turns in small radius areas. It's personal preference but I mounted mine at the 2 o'clock position. They come in red or green. Worth the money.
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