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Product DescriptionThese Lenco Trim Tab Tactile Switch Kits feature two LED indicator lights, allowing you to see the exact position of both port and starboard trim tabs. An advanced photochromic eye automatically reads ambient light and adjusts the brightness of the LED indicators for optimum viewing in any light. Waterproof kit has self-contained, sealed keypad and control box. A built-in retracting feature automatically returns tabs to a fully retracted position when power or tach signal is removed. Compatible with both 12V and 24V trim tabs.
• Self-Check at power up
• LED indicator lights
• Photochromic eye
• Retracting feature
• Fade/smuge-proof laser engraved graphics
• Plug & play switch wiring harness connector
• Backlit keypad, 2.75" x 2.75"
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Q:24 ft deck boat: wantboat to plane earlier. How do you decide trim plate size?: and are they compatible with dry storage lifts?Asked on 8/14/2014 by Dan the Man
To determine the appropriate trim tab size for your boat, it is based on the boat length and the engine rating (HP). Usually a 24 foot boat would take either a 9" x 12" or a 12" x 12" trim tab. When the tabs are retracted, then they are compatible for dry storage.
SteveAnswered on 8/15/2014 by Anonymous