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Posted: April 26 2010 at 12:37 | IP Logged Quote captpaul

I have 1979 Carcer Santa Cruz with fixxed trim tabs, the hinge is rusted away. I have one off now and was going to replace the hinge. But I was wondering how the boat would handle if I left them both off. I know the bow would lift up but how will it be on turning and Control ?

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Posted: April 26 2010 at 13:03 | IP Logged Quote AWBoater

You propose to take one or both tabs off?

Trim tabs are generally responsible for trimming the boat; both port to starboard, and the front-to-rear. And with some boats, if they are a bit underpowered, they assist in getting the boat up on plane.

I would think that as a minimum, your fuel mileage would suffer if you removed the tabs as you could not trim the boat for the most efficient angle.


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Posted: April 26 2010 at 13:51 | IP Logged Quote Out'nAbout

I wouldn't do that (remove the tabs).

Carver would not have put them on unless they were needed. If you want to improve them that's one thing but I would not remove them. They may be needed for stability in rough seas? Or if the boat is overloaded? Or any one of a hundred reasons? You won't know untill you need them? IMHO, you're going in the wrong direction.



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