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Old 08-01-2019, 06:12 PM   #1
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Default 2004 Maxum 3100 trim tabs

Can someone tell me what are the size (dimensions) of the trim tabs on the Maxum 3100? I am in the process of purchasing one and noticed that one of the trim tab is missing. The actuator is still on and works. I need to order a new one. Would be great to get a part number. I think it's a Bannett trim tab with the downward side fins. Thank you.
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Why not measure the remaining tab?
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Hi Philbo. My offer to buy the boat was just accepted yesterday. We noticed one of the trim tab was missing. I did not get the chance to measure it. I am having it surveyed and would like to order the trim tab to replaced at that time. It's part of the deal ...
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I would call Bennett and give them your model and year. Might want to replace them both.

How does a boat lose a trim tab?
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I wouldn't be spending money on a boat you don't own. How do you get reimbursed for fixing his boat should you decide to walk away as a result of the results of the survey and sea trial?

Have the owner fix the tab as part of the P&S. You made an offer on a boat you assumed had working trim tabs. This is not your responsibility. It's the owners responsibility to make sure his boat shows and behaves in the best poosible light.
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