Ok, update: It turns out the automatic trim tabs I had originally were much better suited for my boat than the adjustable Lencos
. THere go's $400 down the drain, not to mention the time invested. I used 9"x9" tabs. It wasn't that they didn't work but rather that the automatic tabs worked far better and had superior shock absorbing qualities that I sorely neglected. Simply put I lost fuel economy, had a rougher ride, had to constantly fiddle with the adjustments, and well... The Nauticus tabs were cheap, easy to install, hands free, shock absorbing, and actually improved fuel economy. Anyone want to buy a pair of 2 week old Lenco trim tabs?
Seriously though, my boat did 1000 times better with the Nauticus tabs than they did with the Lencos. Oh well, now I know...
I already put the original tabs back on and threw all the other junk back into the box.