Fulton F2 Trailer Winch With Strap

Fulton F2 Trailer Winch With Strap


The Fulton F2 Trailer Winch With Strap addresses the need for attractive design in every element of a marine trailer.


  • Designed To Eliminate The Need For Lubrication Or Maintenance
  • Features A "Soft Touch" Adjustable-Length Handle And Ergonomic Function
  • Tested Far Beyond Its Rated Capacity For Superior Performance
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Stylish Design
 This winch will complement the look of even high end boat and trailer combinations. It's clean, high-tech look is sleek and powerful

Maintenance Free
The F2 Winch's components are precision fit to eliminate the need for tightening or replacement. Corrosion-resistant coatings cover internal and external components so they will hold up in salt water and other harsh environments

Rigorously Tested
Misuse and abuse are common to all products used in the great outdoors. Our design team tested every aspect of the F2 Winch's Performance and exposed it to the harshest working environments we could think of. The superior materials and coatings held up every time, allowing us to offer an unprecedented limited lifetime warranty

Handle adjusts from 6" - 9," balances torque, speed, and clearance. Switches from left to right handed drive configuration with ease.

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Fulton F2 Trailer Winch With Strap FW20000101 F2 Trailer Winch With Strap, 2000 lbs
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