15048-101

Lenco High Performance Trim Tab Kits

Lenco High Performance Trim Tab Kits

Description

The Lenco High Performance Trim Tab Kit features radiused blades that give maximum clearance for multiple outboard applications and reduces cavitation to the prop.

Features

  • Electric Ball-Screw Design Actuator Make The Ride Faster, Smoother, and More Stable By Providing Instant Response
  • Extreme Duty-Actuator Provides More Strength And Durability Without Any Of The "Drifting" Associated With Hydraulic Trim Tab Systems
  • The Flat, Angle-Cut Blades Help Reduce Drag And Spray While The Welded Brackets And Back-Plate Create One Complete, Heavy-Duty Unit
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Radiused blades give maximum clearance for multiple outboard applications and reduces cavitation to the prop. The stylish design gives maximum performance and is built for extreme duty applications. Fast response electric actuators for precise control. Fully submersible. All Plug & Play Deutsch connections. Blades are Electro-Polished 7 Gauge flat- 304 SS with 3/8" diameter hinge pin. Extreme Duty actuators with 3/8" SS bolts. Kit is factory assembled with full transom back plate, mechanical strain relief cable seal, adjustable C-channel mounting brackets, and 3.75" sacrificial anodes.



Each Kit Contains

  • 2 SS Trim Tab Planes
  • 2 Actuators with 6' Lead and Deutsch Planes
  • Boat Mounting Hardware supplied by customer
  • Actuator Extension Harnesses (2 for Single Actuator Application) will be required
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lenco High Performance Trim Tab Kits 15048-101 High Performance Trim Tab Kit, 14 x 12, without Switch Kit
$1263.10
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Lenco 18 x 12 High Performance Trim Tab Kit w/o Switch Kit 12V 15049-101 High Performance Trim Tab Kit, 18 x 12, without Switch Kit
$1311.83
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Lenco 21 x 14 High Performance Trim Tab Kit w/o Switch Kit 12V 15050-101 High Performance Trim Tab Kit, 21 x 14, without Switch Kit
$1982.73
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Lenco 25 x 14 High Performance Trim Tab Kit w/o Switch Kit 12V 15051-101 High Performance Trim Tab Kit, 25 x 14, without Switch Kit
$2087.68
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lenco Tactile Trim Tab Switch Kit 15069-001 Tactile Trim Tab Switch Kit, Standard
$157.88
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