20760-001

Lenco Hatch Lifts

Lenco Hatch Lifts

Description

The Lenco Hatch Lifts are designed to meet the specific needs of the marine industry.

Features

  • Stainless Steel Pull Pin Is Standard With Optional Stainless Steel Non-Locking Slide Bracket Available
  • Stainless Steel Ram Locks In Any Position
  • High-Impact, 50% Glass Fiber-Filled, Ultra-Violet Resistant Nylon Case
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$379.00
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$269.21
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Details

They are made entirely of non-corrosive materials and are completely submersible, ensuring that they will look and perform like new for many years of trouble free boating. Our inline motor design makes mounting easier and delivers over 500lbs of Force. Lenco's clutchless ballscrew design always runs in sync on dual lift applications and never binds. Hatchlifts are operated by our optional single rocker switches #15096-001 & 15098-001

Ballscrew spins freely when hatch is fully opened or closed eliminating limit switches and burned out motors.

Fast and powerful motor only draws 5 amps

Lenco hatch lifts install with a single power cable saving hours on installation compared to hydraulics

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lenco Hatch Lifts 20760-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 15"-19"
$269.21
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Lenco 12V 20-26 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20762-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 20"-26"
$276.31
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Lenco 12V 20-28 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20764-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 20"-28"
$286.98
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Lenco 12V 24-32 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20766-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 24"-32"
$286.98
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Lenco 12V 24-36 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20768-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 24"-36"
$305.45
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Lenco 12V 29-41 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20770-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 29"-41"
$305.45
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Lenco 12V 29-45 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20774-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 29"-45"
$339.54
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Lenco 12V 33-49 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20776-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 33"-49"
$339.54
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Lenco 12V 33-53 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20778-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 33"-53"
$369.38
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Lenco 12V 37-57 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20780-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 37"-57"
$369.38
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Lenco 12V 37-61 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20782-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 37"-61"
$401.35
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Lenco 12V 41-65 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20784-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 41"-65"
$401.35
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Lenco 12V 47-77 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20788-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 47"-77"
$429.76
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Lenco 12V 47-73 Hatch Lift w/o Switch 20786-001 Hatch Lift, without switch, 12V 47"-73"
$429.76
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lenco Standard Lower Mounting Bracket - 3 Bolt 50014-001D Mounting Bracket, Standard Lower, 3 Bolt
$10.21
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Lenco Stainless Steel Mounting Pin 60101-001 Stainless Steel Mounting Pin, for Hatch Lifts
$10.60
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Lenco Stainless Slide Bracket 70381-001 Stainless Slide Bracket, for Hatch Lifts
$45.85
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Lenco Single Rocker Switches 15096-001 Single Rocker Switch, for Single Hatchlift Applications
$46.04
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Lenco Single Rocker Switch f/ Dual Hatch Lift Applications 15098-001 Single Rocker Switch, for Dual Hatchlift Applications
$61.37
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