Jigles up and down on the shaft when i run and makes a noise
I like it u need it incase u get a jam in a game
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I got these the first time my rip drive knob broke during a game. I said, never will this happen again.
Putting them on requires a little force to get them in position, but nothing too hard. What I don't like is that they sit too close to the body for my liking. Making it hard to move the wheel as easily as the stock knob. To make it worse, there are no "grips" to make turning the wheel easy. They stand straight out so you sort of have to use two fingers to move the knob. You could use one, but not as easily as the stock knob.
Both of the issues above "may" be a result of me using the stock rip drive shaft and not the one that comes with the kit. I didn't want to spend money on something I already had so I just got the knobs.
I would still recommend these. There's no worse feeling when your batteries die and you have no knob to move the paint.