Steering grips, sometimes called “Spinner Knobs,” allow for smoother, more comfortable handling of the steering wheel. They're often combined with hand controls when single-handed operation of the steering wheel is required. These modifications feature a quick-release mechanism for fast, easy removal and refitting if you share your vehicle with another driver not in need of this adaptation.Low-effort/Zero-effort Steering Modifications: Starting at $3,195.00
Drive-Master's Reduced Effort Steering modification boxes and steering racks are available for all American vans and most cars with factory power steering. All standard factory power steering requires approximately 40 ounces of effort to operate. Steering modifications can reduce the required effort to 20-24 ounces (low effort) or 6-8 ounces (no effort). (These statistics will vary depending on model of car and tire size)
Low-effort/Zero-effort Braking Modifications: Starting at $2,095.00
Standard factory power brakes require 20 foot-pounds of pressure to operate. The low-effort modification reduces the required pressure to 11 foot-pounds. The zero-effort modification reduces the required pressure to 7 foot pounds (these statistics will vary slightly depending upon model of car or van). Available for all American vans and most American and foreign cars with factory power brakes. Most full-sized General Motors and Chrysler (Dodge/Plymouth) cars, 1/2 ton Chevy (G10), and Dodge/Plymouth (B100) vans have heavy duty (tandem) power brakes for no effort braking modifications.
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