P77736

Powerwinch Automatic Helm-Operated Free-Fall Windlass

Powerwinch Automatic Helm-Operated Free-Fall Windlass

Description

Automatic Helm-Operated Free-Fall Windlass features an ultra smooth motor that uses less amps.

Features

  • Free-Fall System Anchors Up To 300'/min- Up To Four Times Faster Than Powering Down
  • Exclusive Stainless Steel Rope & Chain Guidance System- Durable Materials Stand Up To Years Of Use
  • Built With Durable Stainless Steel Fasteners- Resist Corrosion For Easy Removal
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  • Watertight seals - For additional protection against corrosion
  • One piece motor plate - For smooth power transmission & improved gear life
  • Heat treated oil-impregnated gear systems -Smoother operation, resists corrosion, lasts longer
  • Stainless steel drive shafts - For years of smooth, reliable performance
  • Replaceable Rode-Glide - Smoothly channels rope and chain below deck
  • Use tapered back splice - For smooth rope-to-chain transition
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