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Hand Winch, Spur Gear, w/Brake, 800 lb.
- Item # 6W045
- Mfr. Model # DLB800A
- NSN # 3950-01-233-3239
- UNSPSC # 24101608
- Catalog Page # 1498
- Shipping Weight 7.1 lbs.
- Item Hand Winch
- Gear Type Spur Gear
- Application For Pulling
- 1st Layer Load Capacity 800 lb.
- Gear Ratio 4.4:1
- Brake Included Yes
- Overall Length 6-11/16"
- Overall Width 6-1/4"
- Overall Height 5-1/2"
- Drum Capacity for 1/8 In. Cable 150 ft.
- Drum Capacity for 3/16 In. Cable 68 ft.
- Drum Capacity for 7/32 In. Cable 51 ft.
- Frame Material Steel
- Frame Color Copper Bronze Metallic
- Frame Finish Powder Coated
- Handle Length 7"
- Standards ASAE S361.3
- Includes Handle with Molded Hand Grip
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Yes, this winch does support up to 25 feet of 2 inch wide strap. However, since brake winches are typically used in vertical lifting applications, cable is most often used on them since cable can easily be run over a pulley, while such systems are rarely an option for strap. A pulley or vertical lifting might not be required in your application, but we thought this should be mentioned.
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