... optimal positioning for steering wheel and throttle. The console is built in GRP sandwich and is strategically reinforced to withstand high impacts. It is fitted with a 10 mm ...
... starboard helm position and provides optimal positioning for steering wheel and throttle.
... for steering wheel and throttle. The console is built in GRP sandwich and is strategically reinforced to withstand high impacts. It is fitted with a 10 mm (3/8) heavy-duty windscreen. The ...
Maximum height 83 cm. Ivory, orange, beige, dark ivory, light blue, light grey, white (hint of grey) and white Art.nr. 800 000 332 ivory Art.nr. 800 000 782 light blue Art.nr. 800 000 347 orange Art.nr. 800 000 803 light grey Art.nr. ...
STANDING CONSOLE With front protection glass, Roll-Bar inox and hatch. Made of fiberglass.
SL-2 Steering console: Length, (cm): 93 Width, (cm): 72 Height, (cm): 133 Standard equipment: Front seat with soft backrest Internal stowage for the 75 I fuel tank Access hatch; Windshield glass Stainless ...
A centre console with forward facing seat, seat and backrest cushions, windscreen, stainless steel rail and storage locker under front seat (steering wheel not included)
Center console -small €550.00 Center console -small 0,42m wide, h-1,10m. Steering wheel, windshield, inox frame , and hatch included. We sell seats and consoles ...
Includes grabrail. Windshield not available. Cutout: 8 1/2" W, 11 1/2" H Instrument Panel: 14" W, 3 5/8" H Gauges and Steering Wheel not included.
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How to choose this product
A steering console is typically a lectern-like device holding a powerboat's steering wheel. It often includes an angled panel for electronic instruments and throttle lever. Some have a windshield and/or a handrail.
Such consoles can be installed as new or replacement equipment on center-console boats, rigid inflatables and other motor vessels.
The console is usually made of composite materials, either laminated polyester fiberglass or carbon fiber. The steering wheel bearing fits into a hole in the console, and cables and hydraulic hoses run within it. While most are for a single operator, there are also double models for twin helms. The throttle often can be mounted to the left or the right of the steering wheel, depending on the driver's handedness.
Some consoles are designed to be mounted in the bottom of the hull along the vessel's centerline, while others are for lateral installation, attached to the gunwale. Most models presented in this section are for leisure craft. Those for ships are listed on NauticExpo as "bridge console for ships."
How to choose
When choosing, note the boat make and model, or the dimensions of the installation area. Throttle type and the nature of the steering system, either hydraulic or cable, may also influence selection. Carefully plan the layout of any screens, VHF radio, GPS and other instruments to be mounted on the console panel.
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