Bennett Actuator Assembly

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The Bennett Actuator is a hydraulic cylinder component that helps controls the movement of trim tabs. A hole on the top hinge allows fluid to flow through the actuator, which then pushes the piston-like arms to raise or lower the trim tabs. The actuator is constructed of plastic resin and features nylon upper hinges.

  • Strong yet flexible
  • Nylon/fiberglass construction
  • Features piston-like arms

It is available in three models, and is easy to install.

Features of Bennett Trim Tab Actuators and Parts:

  • Strong yet flexible
  • Nylon/fiberglass construction
  • Features piston-like arms

Specification:

Manf. Part # A1101EX

  • Type: External line

Manf. Part # A1101A

  • Type: Standard

Manf. Part # A1200S

  • Type: Short

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Installation Instructions

External Line Actuator Assembly - Bennett Marine Inc
  • External Line Actuator :

    In some cases, the inside of the transom is inaccessible due to a fuel tank, flotation, etc. Unlike the standard actuator, the external line hydraulics enter the transom by means of external tubing above the waterline.

Trim Tab Replacement Actuator Assembly, (Ram) - Bennett Marine Inc
  • 219-A1101A-Standard actuator assembly:

    Bennett actuators are strong but flexible nylon/ fiberglass hydraulic cylinders. The piston like arms push tabs into position. Fluid flows through a concealed hole in the upper hinge at the top of the actuator, thus eliminating external hoses subject to damage

Actuator Assembly, Small Assembly - Bennett Marine Inc
  • A1200S is designed for installations where space is limited.

    Bennett actuators are strong but flexible nylon/ fiberglass hydraulic cylinders. The piston like arms push the tabs into position. Fluid flow through a concealed hole in the upper hinge at the top of the actuator--thus eliminating external hoses subject to damage.

  • Q:
    I have never had to replace these before. I have one stuck.. How dow I know which ones to buy? 2002 Rinker Captivia 272?
    A:
    This might not be the actuator. It could be a solenoid or pump. Here is a link to the Trouble Shooting Guide by Bennett Marine: http://www.bennetttrimtabs.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/trimtab_troubleshooting.pdf
    Q:
    What is the length of this unit?
    A:
    It is 13-3/4".
    Q:
    I noticed fluid on the trim tab, does that mean that the actuator is leaking fluid?
    A:
    Bennett Marine says that there should not be any fluid on the trim tab. They say to put the trim tab all the way down for a day or so and see if you can spot where the leak is coming from. They also said that you might need to order a new piston o-ring depending on where the leak is.
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