12V DC 2,000lb Trailer Winch
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MASTER LOCK12V DC 2,000lb Trailer Winch

$109.99

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Model # 7792906 | Mfg # 2953ATUPC # 71649116117
MASTER LOCK
12V DC 2,000lb Trailer Winch

$109.99

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12V DC 2,000lb Trailer Winch

Name Value
Cable Length 30 Feet
Capacity 2000 Pounds
Controls Switch
Maximum Boat Length Up to 18 Feet
Mounting Hardware Included
Type Electric Winches
Voltage 12 Volts DC
Warranty Details One Year
Wire Lead Length 20 Feet

Product Overview

Master Lock's 12V Electric Trailer Winch offers the option of temporary or permanent mounting.

With 2,000 pounds of pulling power, this electric winch is strong enough to pull an 18' boat onto a trailer. Permanent mounting options include the bumper of your vehicle, truck bed, boat trailer winch stand or other suitable location. If desired, the winch can be temporarily mounted on your vehicle's hitch ball, using the supplied winch adapter mounting plate assembly. Designed to be temporarily wired to your vehicle's 12V battery, this winch includes a 20' 12V power cable with alligator clips and plug. Operation is easy with the included remote control. Purchase mounting fasteners separately.

Key Features

  • Convenient portable power for pulling boats, stuck vehicles and other heavy items
  • 2,000 pounds pulling power
  • Built-in carry handle

Included Accessories

  • Quick-attach mounting plate
  • Mounting plate for trailer hitch ball
  • Remote control with sealed, waterproof plug
  • 30' (29' working length) steel cable with hook
  • 20' power cable with alligator clips and plug
  • Hand crank

More Information

For installation and winch specifications, see the Master Lock 12 Volt Electric Winch Owner's Manual

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