Bennett Trim Tab 12 x 12 Sport Tab System

Bennett Trim Tab 12 x 12 Sport Tab System
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Bennett Trim Tabs are designed and manufactured with pride at the Bennett Marine plant in Deerfield Beach, Florida. Every Bennett system carries with it an accumulation of nearly 40 years of research, development, and testing and is designed to provide years of dependable service.

Every trim tab is sheared and bent, not welded. Welding alters the properties of stainless steel which invites corrosion. Bennett actuators feature through-hull hydraulics. There are no vulnerable external hoses to decay. Plus, every Hydraulic Power Unit is tested by both person and computer to insure this reliable unit deflects the trim tabs, holds firmly during use, and retracts smoothly.

Sport Tabs
Backed by nearly 40 years of trim tab
experience, Bennett Sport Tabs are
engineered for the demands of offshore
attitude correction. Performance boats that
are run at speeds of 60 mph require the
rugged construction and enjoy the
sophisticated black powder coated finish of
Sport Tabs. Manufactured with heavy gauge
reinforced stainless steel and powerful dual
hydraulic actuators, Sport Tabs combine
strength, durability, and good looks to achieve your boat's maximum potential.
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Bennett Trim Tab 12 x 12 Sport Tab System ST12 BENNETT TRIM TABS ST12 ST12 12 X 12 SPORT TAB SYSTEM
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