Dutton-Lainson Two Speed Pulling Winches
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D-L pulling winches are best suited for boat trailer and other horizontal pulling applications which require the freewheeling feature of ratchet type winches. D-L two speed pulling winches are available in models from 1600 lb to 3,500 lb capacity. A patented reversible ratchet to allow cranking cable or strap onto the drum in either direction. D-L's two speed models have a drive shaft system which allows for both high and low speed cranking from one side. D-L pulling winches feature laminated, high carbon steel gears for longer life. Rigid, welded reel construction for added strength. Freewheel when the ratchet is disengaged. Load matched gear ratios for easier cranking. All drive shafts have permanently lubricated bearings. A hand brake to help control freewheel mode is standard equipment on the DL3500B.
2 Speed Pulling Winch Quick Attach Handle DL Difference
All Dutton-Lainson 2 Speed Pulling winches come with an easy to use quick attach handle. You don’t need any tools or even a knot to install the handle on your winch. Just press down on its spring loaded clip with your thumb.
This is especially handy if you have a very heavy load or if you’re pulling something up a steep incline as you can simply move the handle from the standard lower speed gear to highest speed gear.
It would be a little harder to pull the load with the hand on this position, put the load will move faster. If you need to go back to the standard gear, just press down on the handle’s clip and switch it with ease.
A winch handle that can be both installed and moved between to speeds using only your hands? That’s the Dutton-Lainson difference.
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