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SX and ST Actuators

Original equipment actuators now come in full color clamshell packaging, and includes all mounting hardware for either The SX (Composite) series or ST (Stainless Series).

Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
ST Stainless Series Single Gas Actuator, 60 Lb. 14568059 GA5000-60T
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$39.99

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ST Stainless Series Single Gas Actuator, 40 Lb. 14568034 GA5001-40T
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$39.99

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SX Composite Series Single Gas Actuator, 40 Lb. 14568042 GA5001-40X
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$39.99

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ST Stainless Series Single Gas Actuator, 80 Lb. 14568067 GA5001-80T
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$44.99

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Original equipment actuators now come in full color clamshell packaging, and includes all mounting hardware for either The SX (Composite) series or ST (Stainless Series).

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NauticusSX and ST Actuators
 
2.0

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2.0

Must be replaced every other year

By Sandcat

from Gulf coast

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

    Cons

    • Poor Design
    • The replacement actuators cost close to package

    Best Uses

    • Small Boats

    Comments about SX and ST Actuators:

    I put the smart tabs on my 17' classic Boston whaler in 2014. They did what they said they would do which is reduce bow rise as old whalers are notorious for. Problem is that both gas actuators failed within one year. If it was just one I'd chalk it up to one bad actuator but both? To replace them it's like $40 per actuator. That's added maintenance yearly to a boat. They should build a more dependable product and charge a little more.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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