The AEVIT W-Series Steering System is a small steering wheel designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. It utilizes a miniature wheel input device. The total number of rotations from full left steer to full right steer is 6-3/4 turns, which is approximately twice the rotations of the OEM steering wheel. The force input required to turn the wheel is 0.2 pounds as measured at a position of 3 3/8 inches from center. DIMENSIONS: Wheel input device is 6 inches in diameter.
The AEVIT XJ-Series Steering System is a sensitized steering control system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This stand-alone steering control device utilizes a single axis joystick input device. The joystick is constrained to move only in the X-axis, that is, from side to side. The mechanism requires a maximum input force of only 0.2 pounds, and is internally spring-loaded to return to the center, or null, position. This input device can be positioned for eithe
The Amputee Spinner is a steering wheel spinner ring designed for use by drivers with a prosthetic upper limb or hook. This device features a large ring that attaches to the rim of the steering wheel. This device can be removed when not required by the driver. WARRANTY: 5 years.
Back up system for sensitized steering provides steering capabilities in case of engine failure. Hydraulically operated system is activated automatically in case of engine failure. For use on cars, vans, and small trucks with Drive Master sensitized steering. VA accepted.
Deep dish steering wheel brings steering wheel rim 4 inches closer to wheelchair driver. Smaller diameter of steering wheel improves wheelchair accessibility to steering wheel and lessens range of motion need for steering. Diameter of wheel 13 1/2 inches. Usually used with sensitized steering system (see separate entry) and with backup system for emergencies in case of engine failure.
Foot steering control kit transfers driving functions normally operated with hands to foot control for persons who have insufficient strength in their upper extremities to drive. A system of metal plates and associated equipment is mounted on floor of vehicle according to driver' s needs. System moves to activate various driving functions. Auxiliary and secondary vehicle controls also adapted to foot operation. Comfortable shoe of driver's choice used with system.
Custom fitted floor mounted disc attaches to existing steering column near the floor and offers complete steering capability. Brake and accelerator are operated as usual with right foot. Left foot operates disc at level of brake pedal and to the left of it with circular motion but in same motions as steering wheel. Comfortable shoe of operators choice is permanently attached to unit.
Horizontal steering column replaces original factory steering column in vehicle and places it near or in lap of driver in wheelchair. Eliminates the necessity to raise the arm in order to reach standard steering column. Vehicle or van usually has sensitized steering and sensitized brakes with hydraulic backup system that automatically actuates in case of engine failure.
Low effort steering reduces the effort to steer the vehicle 41 percent. Factory steering box or rack is modified at Drive Master factory and installed in vehicle. A backup system can be purchased separately. Price quoted for American made vans.
No effort steering reduces the effort required to steer a vehicle by up to 70 percent. Factory steering box or rack is modified at Drive Master factory and installed in vehicle. Unit adds no visible components to vehicle. Backup system is available separately. VA accepted. Price quoted for full size American vans.
Molded plastic quad cuff steering spinner provides rigid support for wrist and hand. For persons lacking tensor control and need wrist support. Attaches securely to steering wheel with ball bearing cast aluminum base. No locking pin; hand can be lifted out if necessary. Driver must be able to position hand in devices. Fastens around arm with velcro prethreaded through loop. Slight pressure secure hand and wrist in place.
Extended steering column brings steering wheel 2 to 6 inches closer to wheelchair driver. For quadriplegic with limited range of motion who needs steering wheel closer to wheelchair or for wheelchair occupant with need for extra leg room under steering column.
Vertical V grip spinner for quadriplegics with some tensor control. Also call U grip spinner. Driver steers vehicle by inserting hand into V grip of spinner. Cast aluminum ball bearing base clamps to steering wheel. Grip removes easily and attaches with "Hairpin" lock. Spinner positioned at right angle to steering wheel.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: A hand operated control system for the Case-International Combine. Hand controls were added to all the foot pedals of the Case-International Combine, allowing hand operation of the clutch, tilt steering column, and both individual brakes. The "ball" grasps were purchased from an International dealer for $10.00 each. The grasps are mounted to steel rods bent to the needed shape. The rods are bolted to the foot pedals and are removable. It is possible to
The Horizontal System is a horizontal steering column manufacturer recommended for drivers with limited reach and strength capabilities. The system utilizes a level-planed steering wheel as opposed to the conventional vertical-planed steering wheel that is extended over the driver's lap.
The Hosmer Driving Ring is a steering wheel spinner ring for upper extremity amputees that is designed for use on automobile steering wheels, boat tillers, aircraft controls, and most bicycles. The device attaches with a clamp to the steering instrument; the side of the clamp has a rubber surface for a secure grip. The swivel ring is coated in plastic, and has a 4/5-inch inside diameter.
The Knob Steering Device, model 101K, is a steering wheel spinner designed for use by individuals who use driving hand controls or who have upper extremity disabilities. This raised knob attaches to one side of the steering wheel to facilitate one-handed steering.
Grip Quad Handle for quadriplegic resembles has closed loop handle that fits around fingers and hand. Used by persons with average tensor control who find flat hand position comfortable for driving. User steers vehicle by sliding hand and fingers through top of spinner. Base is cast aluminum ball bearing and clamps securely to steering wheel. Spinner positioned at right angle to steering wheel.
The Palm Spinner is a steering wheel spinner designed for use by individuals with grasping or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This device attaches to the steering wheel and has two adjustable pieces that hold the driver's hand in place on the rim of the wheel. The spinner can be removed when not required by the driver. WARRANTY: 5 years.
The Quad Fork is a steering wheel spinner designed for use by individuals with grasping or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. The device attaches to the steering wheel and has two long pieces that extend beyond the rim of the steering wheel to provide leverage, and which are adjustable by reshaping the metal insert inside the outer cover. This device can be removed when not required by the driver. WARRANTY: Five years.
The Spinner Knob is a steering wheel spinner designed for use by individuals with grasping or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. It attaches to the rim of the steering wheel, and features a large knob that can be grasped, pushed, or pulled to control the wheel. The spinner can be removed from the steering wheel when not required by the driver. . WARRANTY: Five years.
The Spinner Knob, model 3520B, 3520G, and 3520W, is a steering wheel spinner designed for use by individuals who use driving hand controls or who have upper extremity disabilities. Designed to assist drivers turn the steering wheel, this device presses firmly against the palm of the hand offering added strength and control for ease in driving. COLORS: Black (Model 3520B, gray(Model 3520G, or woodgrain (3520W).
The Steering Control Hook Grip, model 3521, is a spinner ring designed for use by individuals who use a two-finger prosthetic hook when driving. The device attaches to a bar mounted on the steering wheel in a ball bearing spinner receptacle. To secure the steering wheel for ease in handling, the user places one finger on the outside of the spinner ring while postioning the other finger on the inside.
The Steering Control Palm Grip, model 3523B, is a steering wheel spinner designed for use by individuals who use driving hand controls or who have upper extremity disabilities. This lightweight aluminum wrap adjusts to fit the hand and offers a firm strength that holds the shape for secure steering control, and a raised finger rest protects the fingers from contact with the steering wheel. Other features includes a soft sheepskin liner that protects the hands and provides warmth in winter.
The Steering Control Tri-pin Grip, model 3522, is a steering spinner bar designed for use on vehicles with power steering for persons with no tensor control in the wrist. This device is a three-pin grip designed to comfortably position and secure the hand and wrist on the steering wheel. The pins are lightweight and adjustable, and attaches across the diameter of the steering wheel. An available counter weight diminishes the weight of the grip so that it can be mounted on either side of the ste
The Steering Control V-Grip is a wheel spinner designed for use by quadriplegic drivers with some tensor control. Designed with a foam-grip single pin and foam-covered wrap, this device provides backhand support that secures the hand in a comfortable position. The unit is mounted onto the steering wheel and can be adjusted to the user’s desired steering grip.
Steering knob spinner allows driver to steer vehicle with one hand. Cast aluminum ball bearing base attaches to steering wheel with bolts and clamps (hairpin lock). Clamps adapt to shape of steering wheel. Knob is upright to steering wheel and can be positioned for driver's needs. Knob removed by pulling pin, easily transferred to other vehicles. Easy installation.
System has a vacuum operator for the brake pedal and a vacuum operator for the accelerator pedal. Operators are controlled by a single control handle on the control module which is about 3 inches by 5 inches by 8 inches. Control module can be mounted on the door in front of the arm rest, on the engine housing or bracket attached to the engine housing of a van, or on a bracket to the right of the steering wheel in a sedan. 2 to 4 pounds of force are required to operate the accelerator by moving t
Tri post (three pin) quad steering spinner for quadriplegics. Posts mount at right angle into adjustable slots in T shaped base. Base is cast aluminum ball bearing and clamps to steering wheel. Spinner positioned at right angle to steering wheel. Device designed for quadriplegics with little or no tensor control. Device grips hand at wrist so wrist cannot pull free. Hand can be lifted up and out of device at will.
The Tri Pin Steering Device is a steering wheel spinner designed for use by drivers with grasping or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This device attaches to the rim of the steering wheel. It features three rods for grasping, one on the rim and two slightly off the rim. This device can be removed when not required by the driver. WARRANTY: 5 years.