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    Do either of you know a US based store to buy a new set of rudder? If not I'm going to go with eBay. Found a great pair.

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    Hard to complain about rudders when I was able to get a new throttle, TrackIR, and cp48 keypad. I guess it's time to spend a little money in rudders. I think I'm going to go with the Saitek Pro Combat pedals.

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    I very much like my saitek combat rudder pedals!

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    There are certainly better ones, but for the buck, this works well for me.
    Use them on the ground of course but not much after that. Perhaps during an Evasion? or Recovery? So, Yep, this is what I'm using plugs right in.
    I've had to disassemble mine already to clean the bunnies from the little guide wheels in side. They can get kind-of-like the pick-up's on the old ball mice. It doesn’t bother the signal any, but feels like the runner cables are rusty and bout to break, or the bearing are out. I need to do it again, but have too many other things to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ski View Post
    I have ch pro pedals. I don't see a green light nor a place for a green light
    Hey Ski. CH ProPedals USB work fine for me, as do Saitek Pro Combat pedals. You do know to go to the "Axis Commands" pulldown menu in DCS Controls page to set your rudder, as there are no "buttons' to set on your rudder? The rudder and toe brakes are axis controls. You also need to be sure all you other controllers' "Rudder" axis settings are cleared, because DCS will normally assign the pitch, roll, rudder and thrust to several controllers by default. Sorry if I misunderstood and you've already done that.

    Like Tex experienced, I've never loaded any CH hardware, just plugged them in, defined them as the only rudder axis and adjusted the exponential response of the toe brakes. There is no LED on the CH pedals, like Saitek has.
    Last edited by Hiccup; 03Apr15 at 20:37.

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    Thanks Hiccup. As far as I can see, my previous computer that fried my devices may have fried my rudders too. I'm just going to get a new set next week. What you advised helped and worked but my current are not registering on 2 computers.

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