The PT-130 Electric Hydraulic Tilt and Trim Kit incorporates a 6" setback which enhances boat stability and enables the outboard prop to get a better "bite" at a higher prop setting. With the touch of a switch, the PT-130 can tilt your motor to protect your prop from damage and your back from strain.
The PT-130 has 20° of trim and 90° of tilt
Most powerful Tilt and Trim on the market
Tuck your motor in to get your boat on plane smoother and faster
Change the angle of your motor while underway to obtain the best performance for your load and water conditions
Get a more stable ride, increase top end speed, gain more prop clearance, and have better fuel economy.
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The PT-130 Electric Hydraulic Tilt and Trim is constructed of 1/2" 6061 T6 alloy aluminum extrusions and fastened with stainless steel fasteners for maximum strength and durability. No cast aluminum which has less resistance to stress. This system is made of 100% non-ferrous material which makes it impervious to rust.
Actuated with a totally waterproof marine electric hydraulic system, the PT 130 Tilt and Trim is completely sealed and submersible and runs without worry of water damage. Rated for OVER 7800 lbs of thrust, it is over 40% more powerful than other brands. No electro-mechanical ball screw!
The PT-130 Tilt and Trim Kit will fit on virtually any type of boat and outboard motor. The PT-130 along with the optional trim gauge makes it very easy to know the exact angle of your motor. It's especially convenient on pontoon boats. Rated for 10 through 130 Horsepower outboard motors, the PT-130 fits standard B.I.A. bolt pattern motors without drilling holes. A convenient adapter kit is available for outboard motors that are mounted with transom clamps.
I have had my cmc tilt trim for almost a year and yesterday I was in shallow water and trimmed the motor up and all of a sudden when I wen to tilt it down it wouldn’t go down. It still trims up but wont go down. Any ideas whats wrong?
Submitted by: mal
The problem is likely with the relay or motor. For an in depth tutorial on diagnosing the problem have a look at the Tilt / Trim article in our-on line magazine Boat Parts Info