Extreme Duty Performance Trim Tab Kit, 17"L x 12"W, 12-Volt, Single Actuator
|Compatibility||Boats 20 to 40 Feet Long|
|Dimensions||17" Length x 12" Width|
|Trim Tab Actuator||Electric Double|
|Trim Tab Control Type||Switch Kit Sold Separately|
|Type||Trim Tab Kits|
|Voltage||12 Volts DC|
|Warranty Details||Three Year Limited|
Give your boat the reliability, power and quick response of electric trim tabs.
Kit features 10-gauge, rectangular, electro-polished, 304 stainless steel blades with 1” turned up edges and tapered back plate. C-channel mounting brackets enable you to optimize the location of the actuator mounting point. The large back plate adds to overall strength by distributing the load against the transom. Kits come with XD Extreme Duty Actuators factory assembled to the back plate and blade, which includes a 3 3/4" diameter sacrificial anode. A minimum transom height of 10 1/2" is required for installation.
About the actuators
Lenco electric actuators are built around a proven-dependable ball screw design that is twice as powerful as comparable hydraulic models. More power is complemented by an instant response to helm commands, which means you can correct your boat's trim angle much faster than with hydraulic designs. Actuators are (of course) fully submersible, with a sealed design and "plug and play" waterproof Deutsch connections, which also help to make installation easy.
- 10-gauge stainless steel construction
- Large back plate adds strength to installation
- C-channel optimizes actuator mounting point
- Tabs include 3 3/4" diameter sacrificial anode
- Two rectangular, 10-gauge stainless steel trim tab planes with tapered back plates
- Two XD Extreme Duty Actuators with 6' lead and Deutsch plugs
- Lenco Owner’s/Installation Manual
NOTE: Two Actuator Extension Harnesses (one per actuator) are required for installation and are sold separately. Switch Kits and boat mounting hardware are also sold separately.
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