Hey guys! Here are my plans for my cockpit. Hope you are able to understand everything.

All material was purchased from Lowe's (in the Hardware section).

All tubing is 3' in length when purchased.

*****Diameter x Length x Quantity*******Total Material Needed:**-Tubing:

-1.5" x 3' x 4

-1.5" x 1' 6" x 2 (Just one 3' tube cut in half.)

-1.25" x 3' x 3

-1" x 3' x 2

-1" x 3' x 1 (Cut into two 4" pieces and two 14" pieces, which equals 3'.)

-Nuts/Bolts:

-5/16" x 2" x 4 - 4 Nuts

-5/16" x 2.5" x 2 - 2 Nuts

-5/16" x 3" x 10 - 10 Nuts

-5/16" x 3" x 4 - 4 Nuts

-5/16" x 3.5" x 6 - 6 Nuts

-3/8" x 3.5" x 6 - 6 Nuts

-MDF Board:

****Measurements solely depend on the width of your rig**** -18.5" x 17"

-18.5" x 8.5"

-15.5" x 13.5"

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**Step 1:** Rear of Base.

Tubing

-1.5" x 3' x 2

-1.25" x 3' x 1

Nuts/Bolts

-5/16" x 3.25" x 2 - 2 Nuts

The two small pieces are just for support, not permanent.

**Step 2:** Cut Tubing.

Now, you cut a piece of tubing in half - 1' 6". I accidentally measured wrong, so I have one piece that is 1'5" and another piece that is 1'7". Measure twice.

Tubing

-1.5" x 3' x 1 (Cut in half)

**Step 2A:** Front of Base.

Tubing

-Base from Step 1.

-1.5" x 1' 5" x 2 (Pieces from previous picture - Step 2.)

-1.25" x 3' x 2

Nuts/Bolts

-3/8" x 3.5" x 4 - 4 Nuts

-5/16" x 3.25" x 4 - 4 Nuts

**Step 3:** Vertical Tubing.

Tubing

-1.5" x

**3'** x 2 (I actually used 1.5" x

**2'** x 2. I would suggest 1.5" x 3' x 2, that will save you some cutting and it will allow you to move your wheel higher. It is up to you though, you can always cut it later.)

Nuts/Bolts

-3/8" x 3.5" x 2 - 2 Nuts

**Step 4:** Diagonal Stability Tubing.

Tubing

-1" x 3' x 2

-1" x 4" x 2

Nuts/Bolts

-5/16" x 2.5" x 2 - 2 Nuts

-5/16" x 2.75" x 2 - 2 Nuts

-5/16" x 3" x 2 - 2 Nuts

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**Step 5:** Seat Base.

MDF Board

-17" x 18.5" (Although, this measurement depends on how wide your tubing is.)

Nuts/Bolts

-5/16" x 2.75" x 4 - 4 Nuts

**Step 6:** Steering Wheel Mount.

MDF Board

-18.5" x 8.5" (Again, these measurements depend on the width of your rig.)

Tubing

-1" x 14" x 2 (In my picture I used 1" x 10" x 2, but I discovered 14" is better because when you cut the two 4" pieces for the diagonal bars you have 28" left. Cutting them 14" inches works out perfect.)

Nuts/Bolts

-5/16" x 3" x 2 - 2 Nuts

-5/16" x 2" x 4 - 4 Nuts

Now you just tighten the two bolts on the the vertical tubes. You can move the wheel up and down, forward and back, or you can tilt it.

**Step 7:** Pedal Base.

MDF Board

-13.5" x 15.5"

Nuts/Bolts

-5/16" x 2.75" x 4 - 4 Nuts

Finished

So basically to adjust everything you tighten/loosen/remove bolts. You will need a 1/2 wrench for the 5/16" bolts and a 9/16 wrench for the 3/8" bolts.

To keep the steering wheel angle where you want it, you just tighten the bolts until it doesn't move anymore.

I think that is all for now. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. I will try to answer them that best I can.

Here are the monitor mounts if you are interested.