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Powerwinch Class 41' Automatic Helm-Operated Free-Fall Windlass

Product Condition? Brand-New
Manufacturer's Warranty? Yes, Valid
Authorized Reseller? Yes

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List Price: $989.99
MAP Price: $815.00
Loc Bin: 210

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Product Code: POWP77741

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Powerwinch Class 41' Automatic Helm-Operated Free-Fall Windlass
Powerwinch 41' Class Freefall P77741 900 Lb Pull

Class 41'

Automatic Helm-Operated Free-Fall Windlass

The Safest Way to Anchor!

  • Free-Fall System anchors up to 300'/min - Up to four times faster than powering down
  • Exclusive stainless steel rope & chain guidance system - Durable materials stand up to years of use
  • Ultra smooth motor uses less amps - Free-fall does not need battery power so it preserves your battery
  • Built with durable stainless steel fasteners - Resists corrosion for easy removal
  • Watertight seals - For additional protection against corrosion
  • One piece motor plate - For smooth power transmission & improved gear life
  • Heat treated oil-impregnated gear systems -Smoother operation, resists corrosion, lasts longer
  • Stainless steel drive shafts - For years of smooth, reliable performance
  • Replaceable Rode-Glide - Smoothly channels rope and chain below deck
  • Use tapered back splice - For smooth rope-to-chain transition

Manufacturer Part Number: P77741

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Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Powerwinch working good February 5, 2015
Reviewer: Mark F from Sailing  
add PP55600 to get the six and 16 gauge wire and a reversing relay. Use the included  switch and the 16 gauge to control the reversing relay. we used a blue sea 285 along with the included circuit breaker

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Powerwinch 41 December 14, 2010
Reviewer: Nick from Belhaven NC  
The winch looks strong. My purchase was based on the low amps for 900 lb pull.
Instalation was easy. Testing with a 35 LB CQR, the winch would not pull the anchor over the roller. Test with a Bruce 22 lb did work. Good winch but I question the rated 900 lb pull. my test was with all chain. I need to test the nylon to chain feed  next. Info I received from others said the short splice as provided by powerwinch would not feed and a long splice is needed. Last, the switch is kind of light for the open coocpit and no fail safe cover.

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