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Bennett SLT6 Self-Leveling Tab System f/Boats 10'-14'

Bennett SLT6 Self-Leveling Tab System f/Boats 10'-14'
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$130.00
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$99.41
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SLT Self-Leveling Tabs for Small Boats

Good things come in small packages. Now you can have the durability of a Bennett trim tab system with a simple, quick and easy installation. There is nothing to do inside the boat - only the mounting of two actuators and two tabs at the transom. It's an affordable, simple solution for small boats.

The SLT uses some of the same high-quality, proven materials and durable design used in Bennett standard systems for more than 50 years. Your SLT kit includes:
  • Two 14-gauge stainless steel trim tab assemblies with Bennett's exclusive interlocking hinge
  • Two strong and flexible composite actuators
  • All stainless steel hardware - no plastic!
  • Bennett's no-hassle 5-year warranty on All Components


With the SLT, you can get on plane quickly, improve your hole shot, reduce engine laboring, improve fuel efficiency and eliminate porpoising. The SLT reacts instantly to boat speed and water pressure by adding trim when it's needed. You get a better ride while the SLT does all the work.

It's a value that can't be beat - a quality, durable system that's quick and easy to install and backed by the best customer service you will experience anywhere.

Tab Size: 6" x 8"
Boat Size: 10' - 14'
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Bennett SLT6 Self-Leveling Tab System f/Boats 10'-14' SLT6 BENNETT TRIM TABS SLT6 SELF LEVELING TAB SYSTEM 10-14'
$99.41
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