|Grip, Right Hand Unbored||Right||Unbored|
|Grip, Right Hand 7/8||Right||7/8" Bore|
|Grip, Right Hand 1||Right||1" Bore|
|Grip, Right Hand 1-1/8||Right||1-1/8" Bore|
|Grip, Left Hand Unbored||Left||Unbored|
|Grip, Left Hand 7/8||Left||7/8" Bore|
|Left Hand Grip 1||Left||1" Bore|
|Grip, Left Hand 1-1/8||Left||1-1/8" Bore|
|Grip, Neutral Hand Unbored||Neutral||Unbored|
|Grip, Neutral Hand 7/8||Neutral||7/8" Bore|
|Grip, Neutral Hand 1||Neutral||1" Bore|
|Grip, Neutral Hand 1-1/8||Neutral||1-1/8" Bore|
These homebuilt control grips are made of high-strength urethane plastic, finish painted in matte black and come complete with all necessary hardware (AN screw, nut, washers).
Available unbored or bored to accept 7/8, 1, or 1-1/8 diameter tubing.
All grips (except unbored) are available with or without PTT switch. Add -1 to the part number for PTT.
Finishing and polishing not 5 stars
Yes, it can be done. The PTT button has bare wires hanging out the bottom of the grip, so the builder or avionics shop would need to hook the bare wires up to the PTT switch wires on the Icom radio. This would be a custom installation. There are no adapters to go straight from the grip to the Icom handheld.
1. Yes, the wires will come out of the bore hole in the bottom of the grip.
2. Yes, the PTT button can be pushed in with the thumb on the models that include the PTT switch.
3. Yes, the PTT button is the only button protruding from the stick on the models with PTT switch.
Overall height of the grip is approximately 4-1/2". Bore depth is approximately 1-1/2".
The grip that you reference slips onto the control stick. There is a hole on the side for securing the grip to the control stick and it would require drilling into the stick to fasten the screw. The PTT switch can be replaced.