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Bulldog DC2500 DC Electric Utility Winch w/Rope & Remote

Bulldog DC2500 DC Electric Utility Winch w/Rope & Remote
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DC2500 DC Electric Utility Winch w/Rope & Remote

BULLDOG™ Utility Duty Winches are compact, lightweight, and flexible, yet they're sturdy tools capable of handling a wide variety of applications with ease. They're always reliable and ready for action when you need to load a trailer, position cargo, or move a vehicle.

Features:
  • 2,500lbs Rated Line Pull Capacity
  • Power in and power out for powerful retraction and rapid rope payout
  • High-torque permanent magnet motor for a higher pull at a lower amp
  • 3-stage planetary gearbox for reliable performance in tough conditions
  • Lift or lower clutch lever for easy transition between gear engagement and free spooling
  • Dual brakes include both automatic load-holding mechanical brake and slip-free motor dynamic brake for sure, confident control without slippage
  • Integrated contactor assembly
  • Circuit breakers automatically shut off the winch to prevent motor overheating
  • Standard compliance with CE Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and CE Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC


Specifications:
  • Dimensions:18.25" L x 11.25" W x 7.5" H
  • Weight:36.2lbs
  • Package Type:Box w/Graphics
  • Motor:12V DC, 600 W, 0.8 HP
  • Rated Line Pull:2500lbs (1133kg)
  • Rope Dia.:3/16" (4.8mm)
  • Winch Weight:27.44lbs (12 kg)
  • Gross Weight:37.2lbs (16 kg)


*Always consult your vehicle's owner's manual for actual weight capacities.
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