P55750

Powerwinch RC23 Trailer Winch

Powerwinch RC23 Trailer Winch

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The Powerwinch RC23 Trailer Winch lets you stand back and simply push the wireless remote and watch the boat glide onto the trailer.

Features

  • Wireless Remote Operated
  • Added Convenience Of A Light Enclosed In The Trailer Winch Casing To Assist You
  • Emergency Crank Conveniently Stored In Winch Cover
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We've made loading your boat onto the trailer easier than ever! The RC 30 and RC 23 are remote operated. Say goodbye to sore muscles from cranking and pulling your boat onto the trailer. With Powerwinchs new RC 30 and RC 23, stand back and simply push the wireless REMOTE and watch the boat glide on to the trailer! Yes! Get the latest in technology and strength with the Powerwinch RC 30 and RC 23 state-of-the-art trailer winches.

All Powerwinch 12V trailer winches have smooth-running, heat-treated gear systems for long-life wear and tear. They feature a corrosion-resistant zinc-plated frame, an aircraft quality cable, a level wind system to prevent cable snarls, and UV resistant ABS plastic housing.

The RC 30 & RC 23 feature a built-in light enclosed in the trailer winch casing so you can use your boat at night!
Both the RC 30 and RC 23 feature an emergency crank that stores conveniently in cover
Both the RC 30 and RC 23 includes wiring harnesses necessary for installation

Powerwinch is the most recognized name in Electric Trailer Winches! Renowned for long-term reliability, testing and the highest quality standards for excellence.

RC 23 Features:

  • Max. boat length: 23'
  • Max. boat weight: 7500 lbs
  • Vertical lift capacity (single line) 2400 lbs, or double pull/line capacity 4300 lbs (Not to be considered or used as a hoist)
  • Features remote power-in/freewheel-out operation.
  • Redesigned, stronger housing
  • Pulley block for double line applications
  • 60 amp standard wiring harness
  • Two year limited warranty
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Powerwinch RC23 Trailer Winch P55750 RC23 Trailer Winch
$445.35
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$21.99
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Powerwinch 40' x 7/32" Replacement Galvanized Cable w/Hook f/RC30, RC23, 712A, 912, 915, T2400 & AP3500 P7188800AJ Replacement Galvanized Cable, 40'
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Powerwinch Replacement Key Fob R001501 Replacement Key Fob, for RC23/RC30
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Powerwinch 50' x 7/32" Stainless Steel Universal Premium Replacement Galvanized Cable w/Hook & Swivel Pulley Block P1096600AJ Stainless Steel Universal Premium Replacement Galvanized Cable, 50'
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