|Duty Rating:||Standard Duty|
|Maximum Load Capacity (First Layer):||3,000 lb|
|Maximum Wire Rope Diameter:||9⁄32 in|
|Drum Capacity:||60 ft (5/16 in); 75 ft (1/4 in); 90 ft (7/32 in); 102 ft (3/16 in)|
|Overall Length:||10 1⁄4 in|
|Overall Width:||8 1⁄4 in|
|Handle Length:||8 35⁄64 in|
|Features:||Rubberized Handle Grip for Added Comfort; Provides Load-Holding Capability when Handle is Released|
|Frame Color:||Red; Yellow|
|Frame Finish/Coating:||Powder Coated|
|Full Drum Load Capacity:||1,486 lb|
|Handle Mount Location:||Top|
|Includes:||(1) Handle with Molded Hand Grip|
|Line Type:||Wire Rope|
|Maximum Cable Length:||62 ft|
|Mount Type:||Wall; Floor|
|Number of Gear Settings:||1|
|Overall Height:||9 1⁄8 in|
|Specifications Met:||SAE J1853|
Compliance and Restrictions
- Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
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About Manual Winches
Pull heavy items without electricity or another power supply. Manual winches use a rotating handle and lever arm to turn the gears for lighter duty applications such as loading vehicles or items onto trailers as well as shifting loads in construction or landscaping applications. Winches are typically used for pulling applications, and should not be used for lifting unless specified.
For winch sizing, a general guideline is to choose a winch line with 1.5 times the breaking strength of the winch, and to choose a winch hook at least 1.5 times the breaking strength of the line. However, application and other variables can influence the breaking strength you need. All winches should have a minimum of 5 wraps of line around the reel during use. The capacity of the winch decreases as more layers of line are wrapped around the reel.
Driven by a screw-shaped worm and worm gear, these winches are a good choice for precision pulling applications, as well as provide added safety as the loads will not shift in the reverse direction of the pull. They typically have higher gear ratios than spur gear winches for less manual effort, and are slower moving for more control over the load.