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Floor-mounted trim is an excellent safety item in boat performance accessories. Mounts in floor of boat, allowing operator to trim engine with foot. Black matte unit comes prewired with wiring instructions to connect it to existing trim wiring.
I used it to replace a tilt/trim on throttle which was bad great fix for under $40.
April 27, 2012
"Hot Trim" Foot Trim Control
Product worked great. Only issue, the plastic used for the foot rest is a little on the thin side. We'll see how that holds up over time.
May 17, 2011
I like the Hot Trim
I purchased the Hot Trim but have yet to be able to hook it up. The advertisement stated that it would come with instructions. The instructions are vague at best. The unit is still sitting on my shelf and I have yet to figure out how to wire it up. If the makers of this unit could have just detailed the wiring instructions I would be using it right now.
March 22, 2011
Hot Trim Foot Control
The unit works flawlessly , but the 3 ft wire it comes with is idiotic. How often is a three foot wire going to be enough to wire a remote. If it just included connectors to put your own wires on, it would make more sense than to have to add an extra splice to the wireing before you start. the wires were soldered onto the unit so rather than resolder i had to add splices. I would have been happy to pay for extra wire (10-12 ft) so it would have less connections.
July 5, 2010
Thanks so much for the answer but my problem is I do not have a tilt switch on the motor. It is only on the throttle. I just don't know how to get at the wiring for the tilt because I don't know how to recognize it. Any help would be great.
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