1810140

Minn Kota DeckHand 40

Minn Kota DeckHand 40

Description

The Minn Kota DeckHand 40 features an anchor shackle that allows for easy changeover from anchor to anchor.

Features

  • 20-40lb Anchor Capacity (Anchor Not Included)
  • Pre-Spooled With 100 Feet Of 800-lb Test Nylon Rope
  • Universal Davit Can Be Mounted At Base Of DeckHand Or In Remote Position On Boat Deck; Stows Anchor Horizontally To Eliminate Anchor Swing
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  • Auto-drift feature automatically stops the motor when the anchor touches bottom (or hits an obstacle); when slack in the rope becomes tight, rope is automatically released; lock the winch with the touch of a button. 
  • Stow and deploy switch integrated into the base of the unit.
  • Corded remote stow and deploy switch (sold separately) allows operation of DH-40 from anywhere on the boat.
  • Compatible with MKA-16-02 quick release bracket ideal for easy removal for boat cover clearance or clearing the deck during non-use (requires holes to be drilled in top plate of quick release bracket).
  • 12-volt battery operation.

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Minn Kota DeckHand 40 1810140 DeckHand 40
$249.48
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