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Product DescriptionThe Big Water 45 with Free-Fall Down is ideal for pontoon, deck, and other large boats up to 24'. When the switch control is pressed down, the anchor is released to free-fall to the lake or river bottom. After the boat drifts and enough anchor line is let out, pressing the switch "up" locks the winch spool. The Big Water 45 retrieves an anchor weighing up to 45 lbs. at 70 ft./min. A built-in light automatically shines when your anchor is powered up or free falls down. A sealed-membrane, up/down, push-button switch comes pre-installed on winch housing with lighter wires for simpler and safer operation. Includes a universal anchor roller and 100' of 5mm (0.2") dia. pre-spooled braided anchor line. Winch measures 10" x 8-1/2" x 6-1/2". Wireless key fob remote sold separately (item 80581). Anchor not included.
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Q:does this winch have metal gears or plasticAsked on 7/8/2012 by sonny from Fairfirld Ca.
Q:Does your winch come with a chain, Yes or No what size will it take, and will it fit in the 45 Anchor Winch when retreiving the anchor?Asked on 5/26/2012 by Artie from Easton, MD
Q:Will this rope whole angle 204 Ft center cosole ? What is the next size rope that is stronger? Next I use a short chain on my anchor or do I need one? Muddy bottom and choppiest water sometimes.Asked on 5/20/2012 by AL from Dover,Delaware
Q:I also need to use a winch in 100 to 120 ft of water. To set a large box anchor, it needs a 2 to 1 slope to set.
I need at least 200 ft of rope on the spool and of quality to last under heavy duty use.
ANY HELP will be very useful.
Maybe a larger unit or other make ?????Asked on 5/10/2012 by Larry from Topock, AZ
A:proper anchor scope is 7 to 1. 100ft deep 700ft anchor rode. in calm seas 5 to 1 is recommended.Answered on 10/10/2012 by lightwate from Ruskin FL
Q:when using the original rode supplied, the rode sometimes sticks under the previous winding causing the anchor not to free fall off of Windline bow roller/mount. any suggestions on how to solve problem?Asked on 4/26/2012 by Anonymous
Q:Can I use it in about 200' to 300' of water for cod fishing in new england?Asked on 8/3/2010 by Alexthefisherman from point judith, RI
A:NoAnswered on 4/4/2012 by mecheng1 from Tampa Florida