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Mini-Din 6 Pin for Thrustmaster Steering Wheel

Tumaste is a high-end virtual steering wheel manufacturer. Originated in the United States in 1992, it specializes in producing high-end flight rocker brands. Thrustmaster is mainly engaged in the steering wheel and flight rocker of the game, and cooperates with Ferrari.

The Mini Din 6 Pin is used in Thrustmaster wheels that go on the bases and provides a connection between the wheel and the base.  And it also used to Thrustmaster shifter on a Thrustmaster compatible wheel with a PlayStation or Xbox.

Premier Cable provides OEM & ODM services. Here you can find: Thrustmaster Steering Wheel Mini-Din 6 Pin Cable, Thrustmaster Steering Wheel USB Cable, Thrustmaster Steering Wheel RJ45 Cable.

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Thrustmaster Wheel PS/2 - Mini-Din

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