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Powerwinch Automatic Helm-Operated Free-Fall Windlass, Class 36'

Item # 731710
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Key Features

  • Anchors up to 300' per minute

  • Ultra smooth motor uses less amps

  • Built with stainless steel fasteners

  • Watertight seals protect against corrosion


Our Price   $814.99

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Product Description
powerwinch The Safest Way to Anchor!

Powerwinch Automatic Free-Fall Windlass Features:
• Free-Fall System anchors up to 300'/min - Up to four times faster than powering down.
• Exclusive stainless steel rope & chain guidance system will stand up to years of use.
• Ultra smooth motor uses less amps; Free-fall action preserves your battery.
• Built with durable stainless steel fasteners to resist corrosion.
• Watertight seals for additional protection against corrosion.
• One-piece motor plate for smooth power transmission & improved gear life.
• Heat-treated oil-impregnated gear systems offer smoother operation.
• Stainless steel drive shafts.
• Replaceable Rode-Glide smoothly channels rope and chain below deck.
• Use tapered back splice for smooth rope-to-chain transition.
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Specifications
Description Class 36' Windlass

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