P77315

Powerwinch 315 Trailer Winch

Powerwinch 315 Trailer Winch

Description

The Powerwinch 315 Trailer Winch is easy to self-load with a switch.

Features

  • Power-In/Freewheel-Out
  • 12V Power
  • Complete With Color Coded 30 Amp Standard Wiring Harness For Easy Connection To The Vehicles Battery
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$252.99
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Details

 The 315 is designed for mid-size boats. Both are 12 volt, electric cable winches, featuring smooth power-in/freewheel out action for fastest retrieval speeds. Regardless of size, all Powerwinch winches are made from the highest grade materials and designed for long wear.


Model 315

  • 17' suggested max. boat length
  • Max. boat weight of 4000 lbs
  • Vertical lift of 1650 lbs (Not to be considered or used as a hoist)
  • Line speed of 15 FPM
  • One year warranty
  • Max. Boat Weight 4000 lbs
  • Vertical Lift: 1650 lbs
  • Line Speed: 15 FPM
  • Remote Control: No
  • Light: No
  • Double Line Capacity: N/A
  • Gear Ratio: 270:1
  • Power Source: 12V
  • Circuit Breaker: 30 amp
  • Unit Weight: 22 lbs
  • Unit Size: Depth 10" Width 10" Height 8"
  • Cable Length and Diameter: 20' x 7/32"
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Powerwinch 315 Trailer Winch P77315 315 Trailer Winch
$218.00
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