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Ongaro Heavy Duty Waterproof 2-Speed Wiper Motor - 2.5" - 12V

Ongaro Heavy Duty Waterproof 2-Speed Wiper Motor - 2.5" - 12V
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$163.65
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Heavy Duty Waterproof 2-Speed Wiper Motor - 2.5" - 12V

High Performance at a Competitive Price

Your boat's windshield wipers are only as powerful as the motor that power them. The Ongaro Heavy Duty Waterproof Motor offers the security of waterproof protection and delivers dependable, trouble-free operation all at a competitive price. Easily replaces older Ongaro and Bosch-type wiper motors for a simple, yet powerful, upgrade.

Features:
  • Torque of 15 N-m
  • Two speeds
  • Accepts up to 24 x 24" arm and blade
  • Self-parking gear to left or right
  • Adjustable sweep angle
  • 12V
  • Improved waterproof rating to IP66
  • Rigid aluminum housing
  • Insulated grounding
  • EMC protected
  • CE Approved


  • Additional Features:
    • Two sweep speeds of 35 or 55 sweeps per minute
    • The sweep angle can be adjusted from 40 to 110 degrees
    • High quality all aluminum housing dissipates heat more efficiently than plastic for longer motor life
    • The aluminum construction also provides better stability when mounted
    • The insulated grounding is suitable for use with steel, aluminum, wooden or GRP boats
    • Guaranteed for 3 years
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Ongaro Heavy Duty Waterproof 2-Speed Wiper Motor - 2.5" - 12V 33621 ONGARO HD WATERPROOF 2.5" 12V 2SPEED WIPER MOTOR
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