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#16 Two-Speed Stainless Steel Non-Self-Tailing Winch


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Model # 6779417 | Mfg # 500016

Product Description

If you've ever had the pleasure of sailing or racing aboard a boat equipped with Andersen winches, then you know you really can feel the difference when uncompromising quality is built in. These stainless-steel winches are smooth, quiet, efficient, and easy to use. They combine Andersen's famous Power Rib drum surface, which generates horizontal friction, with a highly polished surface to minimize vertical friction, so the rope slides easily up the drum. The self-tailing system adjusts automatically to accommodate various rope diameters.

The self-tailing arms are curved to give a fair lead, so friction is minimized. Pawls are made from unbreakable cold pressed 316 stainless-steel bar. Lightweight stainless drums, combined with aluminum bronze internal construction, results in a winch that actually weighs the same or less than aluminum winches of similar size. Aluminum bronze base plates are twice as strong as standard bronze, giving a light, stiff and strong construction for increased winch efficiency. Thanks to the superb quality of materials used, winch service is required only every second year under normal use.

#16 Two Speed winch with 1:1 Gear Ratio 1st, 2.0:1 Gear Ratio 2nd, 9.5:1 Power Ratio 1st, 16.6:1 Power Ratio 2nd, 2-3/8" Drum Dia., 4-1/2" Base Dia., 4-1/4"H, 6.0lb.

  • Drum Material: Stainless steel
  • Ball Bearings: Stainless ball and roller bearings
  • Type: Manual
  • Depth: Flush mounted
  • Warranty: Three years


#16 Two-Speed Stainless Steel Non-Self-Tailing Winch

Activation Method Manual
Diameter 4 1/2"
Drum Materail Stainless Steel
Gear Ratios 1:1 in First Gear
2:1 in Second Gear
Height 4 1/4"
Power Ratio 8.3:1 in First Gear
16.6:1 in Second Gear
Tailing Non Self Tailing
Type Two Speed
Warranty Details Three Years

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