P77915

Powerwinch 915 Trailer Winch

Powerwinch 915 Trailer Winch

Description

The Powerwinch 915 Trailer Winch allows you to control your boat as it is lowered into the water.

Features

  • Max Boat Length: 29'
  • Max Bat Weight: 9500 lbs
  • Vertical Lift Capacity Of 3200 lbs, Double Line Capacity Of 7500 lbs
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$879.99
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 The 915 comes complete with a 10' remote control cord and switch. It also features a pulley block for double-line applications, emergency hand crank and a 60 amp standard wiring harness.

  • Power-in/power-out control
  • Line speed 10 FPM
  • 12 volt operating power
  • 10' remote control cord and switch
  • 40' x 7/32" cable
  • Manual hand crank
  • Pulley block for double-line applications
  • 60 amp standard wiring harness

 

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