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Lenco Limited Space Trim Tab Kits

Lenco Limited Space Trim Tab Kits

Description

The Lenco Limited Space Trim Tab Kits are ideal for boats with a swim platform and/or ladder.

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They can be fitted to transoms that have a limited mounting area. Blades are 12 gauge - 304 SS with front of blade folded to provide a smooth trailing edge and 1/8" diameter hinge pin. Fast response electric actuators for precise control. All units have Plug and Play connections and are fully submersible.

Kit Contents

  • 2 each of 12-gauge 304 stainless steel trim tab blades
  • 2 each of #15054-001 Standard actuator with 6' lead and Deutsch plugs
  • 2 each of #30133-103 20' actuator extension wiring harnesses
  • 2 each of #15085-001 (116) upper mounting bracket with gland seal
  • 1 each of the Lenco owner's / installation manual
  • All necessary stainless steel mounting hardware

 

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lenco Limited Space Trim Tab Kits 15126-101 Limited Space Trim Tab Kit, without switch kit, Electro-Polished Standard Actuator, 4" x 12"
$408.80
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Lenco 4 x 12 Limited Space Trim Tab Kit w/o Switch Kit 12V -  Standard Finish - Short Actuator 15052-101 Limited Space Trim Tab Kit, without switch kit, Standard Finish Short Actuator, 4" x 12"
$431.76
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Lenco 4" x 12" Limited Space Trim Tab Kit w/o Switch Kit 12V - Electro-Polished - Short Actuator 15088-101 Limited Space Trim Tab Kit, without switch kit, Electro-Polished Short Actuator, 4" x 12"
$462.35
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Lenco Carling Double Rocker Switch Kit 10222-211D Carling Double Rocker Switch Kit
$74.19
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Lenco Tactile Trim Tab Switch Kit 15069-001 Tactile Trim Tab Switch Kit, Standard
$140.55
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