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2500 Lb. Atv/utility Electric Winch With Wireless Remote Control on 2040-parts.com

US $117.90
Location:

Lewisville, Texas, United States

Lewisville, Texas, United States
Condition:New Fits:ATV Brand:Badland Winches

Note: No international Shipping including Puerto Rico

With plenty of power to assist in ATV recovery, traversing rough terrain or loading a boat, this electric ATV winch is a reliable and safe addition to any off-roading adventure. A remote switch makes this electric winch easy to use even when you're alone! Features include a single-stage planetary gear system for fast line speed, aircraft grade wire rope and a permanent magnet motor that draws less current making it perfect for ATV use.
  • Permanent magnet motor draws less current, ideal for ATV use
  • Single-stage planetary gear system for fast line speed
  • Automatic load-holding brake for maximum safety
  • Free spooling for fast line-out
  • Wireless remote control works up to 20 ft. away
  • Roller fairlead with nylon bushing
  • Aircraft grade wire rope

Specifications
Name2500 lb. ATV/Utility Electric Winch with Wireless Remote Control
SKU61840
BrandBadland Winches™
Brake typeAutomatic load holding
Cable gauge5/32 in.
Cable materialAircraft grade steel
Gear ratio153:1
Horsepower (hp)1
Line pull capacity (lb.)2500 lb.
Motor type12V DC permanent
Wireless remoteYes
Cable length (ft.)50 ft.
Product Height11-1/8 in.
Product Length4-1/2 in.
Product Weight14 lb.
Product Width3.93 in.
Shipping Weight15.35 lb.
Accessories IncludedRoller fairlead, hook, control box, circuit breaker

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