Powerwinch 712A Trailer Winch

Powerwinch 712A Trailer Winch


The Powerwinch 712A Trailer Winch features a pulley block for double line applications.


  • Remote Power-in/Freewheel-out Operation
  • 60 Amp Standard Wiring Harness
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12v Electric Trailer Winch

The 912 and 712 Trailer Winches are well established with solid, reliable reputations. They feature smooth power-in/free-wheel out action. You can use a pulley or block at the bow eye to double your pulling power You can get more strength out of your trailer winch, but it slows retrieval speed 50%.
  • Remote power-in/freewheel-out operation
  • 60 amp standard wiring harness
  • Pulley block for double line applications
  • Two year limited warranty

Model 712
  • 23' suggested max boat length
  • Max. boat weight of 7,500 lbs
  • 2400 lb vertical lift capacity (single line) or double pull/line capacity 4300 lbs. (Not to be considered or used as a hoist)

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