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Hub Extension Adds 2.5" to Schmitt & Ongaro Wheels

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Posted by Michelle Howard

Whether to increase leg room, optimize a standing position or provide added clearance for improved dash access and visibility, Schmitt & Ongaro Marine's Aluminum Hub Extension is the solution OEMs and boat owners need. It works with any of the company's polyurethane marine steering wheels, doubling the depth of the hub mounting space with an added 2.5".
The Aluminum Hub Extension is simple to install. The wheel is removed and the durable, marine grade, black powder-coated collar bolted onto its place. Then, the wheel is repositioned and reconnected to the extension. All hardware is included.

Schmitt & Ongaro Marine's Aluminum Hub Extension has an MSRP of $28.65.

For over 60 years, Schmitt & Ongaro has manufactured marine parts with robust product warranties. Its lineup includes steering wheels, horns, wiper systems, control arms and knobs, and accessories.

Dec 11, 2017

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