Lenco Airboat Trim Tab Kit

Lenco Airboat Trim Tab Kit


The Lenco Airboat Trim Tab Kit was designed exclusively for airboats.

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Engineered with a short Extreme Duty Actuator and a unique mount that allows maximum plate movement and safe upward position when running in shallow water and on land. This system eliminates porposing and helps to create a smoother ride.

Blade is 12 gauge - 304 SS with 5/8" flared trailing edge and 1" Custom Hinge with 1/8" diameter hinge pin. Fast response electric actuators for precise control. Fully submersible. All Plug & Play Deutsch connections.

Kit Contents

  • 1 each of 12-gauge 304 stainless steel trim tab plane
  • 1 each of #15055-001 XD actuator with 6' lead and Deutsch plug
  • 1 each of #30133-002 14' actuator extension wiring harness
  • 1 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


  • Trim Tab Kit: Airboat
  • Blades: 12 Gauge Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Smooth
  • Switch Kit: Sold Separately
  • Class: Fuel Efficient
  • Compliance: CE Certified
  • Compatibility: Any Boat
  • Made in: Stuart, Florida U.S.A.
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Lenco Airboat Trim Tab Kit 15112-101 Airboat Trim Tab Kit, without switch, 9" x 14"
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Lenco Single Rocker Switch 15095-001 Single Rocker Switch
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