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Sim Racing Keyboard Tray and Mouse Plate (BUNDLE)
Sim Racing Keyboard Tray and Mouse Plate (BUNDLE)
Sim Racing Keyboard Tray and Mouse Plate (BUNDLE)
Sim Racing Keyboard Tray and Mouse Plate (BUNDLE)
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Sim Racing Keyboard Tray and Mouse Plate (BUNDLE)

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Shipping Lead Times: We are still shipping! However, due to overwhelming demand, orders are taking from 7-10 days to ship.

This is a BUNDLE of:

  • Dual-Axis Pivoting Sim Racing Keyboard Tray / Mount.
  • Mount Anywhere Mouse Plate with Mounting Bracket.


Move & Rotate to use off to the side, or right in front of you (or anything in between!)

Shown on left side, but you can mount on the right side or anywhere else on the rig you'd like.

The perfect keyboard & mouse mounting solution for your Sim Rig!

Ultra solid, mount anywhere.

Mouse Plate Package includes:
1 x Powder Coated Steel Mouse Plate
1 x Mounting Bracket
4 x M8 Bolts
4 x T-Nuts


Keyboard Tray Package includes (Comes pre-assembled):
1 x Powder Coated Steel Keyboard Tray
1 x 1-Slot Profile
2 x Mounting Brackets
5 x M8 Bolts
5 x T-Nuts

All parts use special Nylon connections for a firm but smooth motion.

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JM
08/19/2021
Jason M.
United States
A great addition to my Sim racing rig

Sturdy and well made. Perfect fit. Did not get the proper sized screws to mount the mouse pad to side rail. Bolts included are too long, need the “short” ones to keep from bottoming out before getting tight. I had two, so no big deal. The rest of the hardware was there for the other mounting options. No directions included but used pictures from web site to figure it out.