15064-001

Lenco Bennett Retrofit Kits

Lenco Bennett Retrofit Kits

Description

The Lenco Bennett Retrofit Kits upgrade your boat with the latest trim tab technology.

Features

  • Lenco Wire Feeds Through Existing Oil Line Hole In Transom
  • Lenco Upper Mounting Bracket Fits Existing Bennett Mounting Holes
  • Existing Bennett Trim Tab Plane And Hinge
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Easy installation:

  • Use existing Bennett trim planes, lower bracket and switch
  • Use all existing mounting holes


Lenco RetroFit Kit includes:

  • 2 electric actuators
  • 2 upper mounting brackets
  • Switch wiring kit
  • All mounting hardware


Features:

  • Lenco wire feeds through existing oil line hole in transom
  • Lenco upper mounting bracket fits existing Bennett mounting holes
  • Existing Bennett trim tab plane and hinge
  • Existing Bennett lower bracket


Just 4 Simple Steps:

  • Remove Bennett actuators, and install Lenco upper mounting brackets on transom
  • Feed Lenco wires through holes in brackets and through existing oil line holes in transom
  • Mount Lenco actuators on to new upper brackets and existing Bennett lower brackets
  • Connect Lenco actuator wires to existing harness.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lenco Bennett Retrofit Kits 15064-001 Bennett Retrofit Kit, 12V
$321.85
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Lenco Bennett Retrofit Kit - 24V 15065-001 Bennett Retrofit Kit, 24V
$342.23
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