Max Papis Innovations MPI-KMD-15 3 Spoke Steering Wheel, 14.75 In
Dirt Late Model, Hobby Stock, Pavement Late Model, Stock Car, Racing Steering Wheel Style
- It is dirt friendly and washable
- Has a NASCAR style 3 hole pattern
- Ideal for Micro Sprint, Dirt GoKart usage
- Outside diameter measures 15" and has a 2.25" dish
- Features a slotted spoke design for max weight reduction
Micro Sprint / Dirt karting / Mini Outlaws concept specific only – Aluminum structure
Hole pattern: 3 hole (NASCAR Style)
Covered in 3 different synthetic materials:
– Lederfylon high-grip, orange synthetic, carbon synthetic
Hand sewn crossed orange stitching for unique look/durability
Dirt friendly / washable
Slotted spoke for max weight reduction
Steering Wheel for Micro Sprint, Dirt GoKart usage
MPI Centerpad Included
Diameter – 15 inches
Weight – 1.2 lbs
Dish depth – 2.25 inches
Spoke: 3 slotted spokes
- Diameter – 15 inches
- Weight – 2.5 lbs (w/ centerpiece)
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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