New Wiper Motor Kits from Schmitt & Ongaro

YachtingJournal.com
Monday, March 31, 2014

A reliable and effective marine wiper system is an essential component of the well-fitted vessel. Continuing to add more options to its line of high-quality wiper systems, Schmitt & Ongaro Marine now offers four different combinations of its popular Standard Wiper Motor Kit.

The kits are available with either a Standard Waterproof Motor or Regular Standard Motor. Both motors are 12V, single-speed and come with a powder-coated aluminum cover and 304 stainless steel mounting plate, shaft and hardware. The motor features a sweep angle of 80° or 100°, while the parking can be set to the left or right. An adjustable wiper arm, 11"-14", is included in each kit and customers can select a wiper blade in either an 11" or 14" length.

These kits are ideal for smaller boats, and as with all Ongaro motors, come with a three-year warranty. With the expanded choice of four different kit combinations, customers now have more options from which to choose just the right wiper system to meet their needs.

Retail prices for Schmitt & Ongaro Standard Wiper Kits start at $128.

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