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Bought a steering wheel spinner for the 1025, but because the steering wheel has the little finger bumps molded into the bottom side of the wheel, there is actually no way to achieve a tight no slip fit.
Looking over the bottom half of the spinner, I thought if I were to carve a dimple in the plastic it would fit the steering wheel better.
Using a ball shaped burr in a air powered hand mill I cut an indentation that conforms to the shape of the steering wheel bumps.
Spinner now fits the steering wheel firmly and doesn't slip ... :good2:
 

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I did the same to mine. Nice and straight and wont turn
 
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I had that problem too. I bought a metal one and it solved my problem.
 

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I like what you did Gwizz :good2:

But I'm not going to lie, I put a spinner on my 1023, didn't even use any of the rubber shims that came with it, 199 hours later I took it off of that and put it on my 2025. 204 hours on that now and it has never moved on either machine, it's not just you though, this has come up a handful (no pun intended) on the forum.
 
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