1710ST-13-KIT

Edson SS Comfort Grip Steering Wheel With Powerknob

Edson SS Comfort Grip Steering Wheel With Powerknob

Description

The Edson SS Comfort Grip Steering Wheel With Powerknob features an easy-hold finger grip on wheel rim to provide precise control and comfort.

Features

  • Built Of Almag, Marine Grade 316 Stainless
  • Classic Tri-Spoke Design Looks Great On Any Boat
  • One Piece Casting- No Rough Welds Or Joints
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$502.00
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$499.15
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Details

You have your hands on your wheel more than any other part of your boat - so don't settle for anything but the best! Edson PowerWheels™ feature a classic design blended with contemporary styling and are one of the best ways to upgrade the look and feel of your boat.

FEATURES:

  • Will accommodate Edson's popular Pro-Series PowerKnob™ for even greater control!
  • Marine grade Stainless keeps its shine even in the toughest marine environments.
  • Precisely designed for cockpits, consoles, flybridges and towers.
  • Fits Standard Powerboat Wheel Shafts.
  • Premium boatbuilders worldwide demand Edson wheels for their boats - you should too!
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Edson SS Comfort Grip Steering Wheel With Powerknob 1710ST-13-KIT SS Comfort Grip Steering Wheel With Powerknob, 13"
$499.15
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Edson 14.5 SS Comfort Grip Steering Wheel w/PowerKnob 1710ST-14-KIT SS Comfort Grip Steering Wheel With Powerknob, 14.5
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