Soft heel support for xbox360 wireless steering wheel pedals.
Soft heel support for xbox360 wireless steering wheel pedals.
Using the MS wireless steering wheel for xbox360 with pedals, can be quite uncomfortable for your heels. There is (at least) two ways to remedy this, one way is wearing shoes. But since I don't have my MS xbox360 indoor only driving shoes for my MS xbox360 wireless steering wheel at hand, I made this little fix.
It's done in under 5 minutes, so don't even bother to turn off FM2.

Step 1: Materials and tools:

Soft heel support for xbox360 wireless steering wheel pedals.
I've used a cheap foam kneepad, the ones used for gardening. This one is 410 x 160 mm, 15 mm thick, and even in a matching color. (as if it was bought for this job).

You'll need a Stanley knife and/or a pair of scissors.

Step 2: Mark and cut.

Soft heel support for xbox360 wireless steering wheel pedals.
Soft heel support for xbox360 wireless steering wheel pedals.
From the underside of the pedalbase, mark up the hole.
Get in under the angled sides of the base, so that the line follows the upper side of the pedalbase.
I hope it makes sense? ;)

Use your knife to cut along the line, and if you like me, suck at that, use the scissors to fine trim it.

Don't waste your time by cutting the two long sides at an angle to fit the pedalbase....next step.->

Step 3: Tuck it in.

Soft heel support for xbox360 wireless steering wheel pedals.
Soft heel support for xbox360 wireless steering wheel pedals.
Last step is to just tuck the pad in along the long sides, to make a convex curve.

Plug it back in and drive safely.
 
 

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