Skip to main content

Trim Master trim tabs

  • Author:
  • Updated:
    Original:

Trim tabs live in salt water, so why not use stainless steel to manufacture all of the components - or at least those outboard of the transom?

49_pipeline_04

Trim Master Marine is doing just that. The Largo, Fla., company has introduced its stainless steel Trim Master trim tabs. The actuators, brackets and trim plates are made of 316L stainless steel. The trim tabs are linked to two independent, scientifically designed hydraulic units attached to the transom, the company says. They have a high-quality motor and pump, specially designed water-resistant controls, integrated wiring and durable hydraulic cylinders, the company says. The trim tabs are available for single or twin inboard or outboard boats from 15 to 65 feet. Retail prices start at $1,990. The stainless-steel tabs are compatible with Trim Master's current plastic composite trim tab line, as well as competitive hydraulic systems. Contact: Trim Master Marine, (727) 531-1386. www.trimmastermarine.com

Related

Teaser-Graphic-6-29-22_2

2022 Women in the Industry Summit, Leadership Panel, Awards Ceremony & Reception

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2022, MARRIOTT TAMPA WATER STREET, TAMPA, FL

DealerOutlook

Seabins Coming to Lake Erie

The devices, deployed as part of a pilot program, skim and collect debris from the water, including microplastics. Meanwhile, MBIA announces scholarship funds.

1_BOATSETTER

Boatsetter Reports Uptick in Rentals

The on-water experience company has seen triple-digit growth in pontoon and party-boat rentals, as well as fishing and yacht charters.

1_SMARTGYRO

Smartgyro Signs Distributors, Hires Sales Manager

The company said the three U.S. distributors, working with Bob Walker, will help expand its dealer network and brand recognition.

1_YEARGIN

The Upside of a Downturn

Economic challenges should push you to develop a strategy that helps you weather the storm and come out stronger on the other side.

1_TRAVELIFT.COOP

Marine Travelift Launches Co-op Program

The company received its first student, a University of Wisconsin engineering major, in the seven-month paid co-op.

1_JULY4

Trade Only Today Returns Tuesday

The e-newsletter will not publish July 4 in observance of Independence Day. We wish everyone a safe holiday weekend.

1_ORR.FUNDS

ORR Announces Federally Funded Projects

The U.S. Economic Development Administration prioritized outdoor recreation for the first time