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Product DescriptionBuilt to handle tough marine use, this 2,000-lb. Dual Drive Trailer Winch from Overton's features one-piece solid steel gears and gear pawl. The ergonomic Power-Grip handle on the 2,000-lb. dual drive trailer winch provides smooth easier turning. 4.1:1 gear ratio. Silver EDC construction. Overton's 2,000-lb. dual drive trailer winch includes 20' strap. Manufactured to meet SAE J1853 standards. Five-year warranty.
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Q:What does the 3 to 1 or 4 to one mean on a trailer winch? Which one makes it easier to pull out a 1986 19ft mastercraft with a flat bunk trailer? Which winch do you recommend?Asked on 7/25/2011 by Tom from Vancouver, WA
A:This is the gear ratio. The higher the number, the lower the gear and better winching ability with less effort. The lower the number, the higher the gear which translates to faster winching but harder to winch under load.Answered on 3/29/2012 by Sparky from Raymore, MO
Q:I have a 20 ft I/O V hull boat and was wondering what size winch would I need?Asked on 6/1/2011 by Jeff from Pasco, WA
A:The rule of thumb is using a winch rated at 50% of your boats total weight, (For example, a 4000lb boat would require a 2000lb rated winch at minimum.) If you have a bunk trailer or frequent shallow ramps I would use a winch with a heavier rating. Also, dual drive gears tend to spread the weight across the winch better than a single gear.Answered on 8/16/2012 by Gregg from Toledo Ohio