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Ongaro Evo Pro 316 Cast Stainless Steel Steering Wheel w/Control Knob - 15.5" Diameter

Ongaro Evo Pro 316 Cast Stainless Steel Steering Wheel w/Control Knob - 15.5" Diameter
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STAINLESS STEEL EVO PRO WHEEL w/CONTROL KNOB COMBINES COMFORT AND STYLE

Boat owners shouldn't have to sacrifice comfort for elegant styling in a steering wheel. With a gleaming stainless steel center spoke, ergonomic polyurethane grip and control knob, Schmitt & Ongaro Marine's Model 724 Evo Pro wheel provides the best of both worlds.
Combining solid value with a luxurious appearance, the Evo Pro offers features owners expect in more expensive wheels. Cast 316 stainless steel construction ensures strength and durability. Molded to simulate fine hand-stitched leather, the poly grip contributes a plush look as well as optimal ease and handling.
Its contrasting combination of materials gives the Evo Pro a smart, sporty look, with a black hand grip, center cap and control knob setting off the high polish of the stainless steel. The control knob itself eliminates the need for hand-over-hand steering, allowing greater precision and control.
Easy to mount, the Evo Pro has a 3/4" tapered shaft and has 15-1/2" wheel diameter. Schmitt & Ongaro thoroughly tests each of its stainless steel wheels and offers a lifetime warranty.
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Ongaro Evo Pro 316 Cast Stainless Steel Steering Wheel w/Control Knob - 15.5" Diameter 7241521FGK ONGARO EVO PRO 316 CAST SS WHEEL W/ KNOB 15.5" 3/4" TAPER
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