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Ronstan Battle Stick Tiller 24' Extension For Sunfish / Sailfish / Laser on 2040-parts.com

US $35.00
Location:

Schertz, Texas, United States

Schertz, Texas, United States
SOME SIGNS OF USE / VERY GOOD CONDITION / 100% FUNCTIONAL
Brand:RONSTAN

RONSTAN BATTLE STICK TILLER 24' EXTENSION FOR SUNFISH / SAILFISH / LASER

SOME SIGNS OF USE / VERY GOOD CONDITION / 100% FUNCTIONAL

Firm Grip, Precision Control – Ronstan Battlestick tiller extensions provide the highest level of control, for quick, decisive helm response in every situation. The Evalon® Grip is a firm non-slip grip material that does not absorb water. End knob for safety and positive hand positioning. Large grip diameter contrasts ergonomically with mainsheet diameter to relieve fatigue. Ronstan’s unique fluted profile adds extra rigidity to the lightweight alloy section. Tubes have a black anodized finish for corrosion protection. Urethane Universal Joint provides smooth, uniform rotation in all directions and a quick, firm response to steering movements.


Tube diameter = 5/8"

Grip diameter = 1"

Length = 24"

Cost for a new one is $45-$59. Plus Shipping

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