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Goodwinch Short Drum TDS-12.0 bare winch £469 (ex VAT)

Goodwinch Short Drum TDS-12.0 bare winch.  254:1 ratio. Ideal for trailers winching up to 5.3 tonnes.

Upgrade to Dyneema® Bowrope and Aluminium Hawse * 

Line Pull 12,000lbs
Motor 4.6 HP (12 volt) 3.0 HP (24 volt)
Gear Train Heavy Duty 3 stage planetary
Gear Ratio 254:1
Freespool Rotating Ring Gear
Braking Automatic Double Taper
Wire Rope Size (Optional) 8.0mm x 23m (75’)
Drum Diameter 63.5mm (2.5”)
Drum Length 125mm (5”)
Weight with wire rope and roller fairleads N/A
Weight with Dyneema® Bowrope and aluminium hawse 27 kg
Switching method 5m (17’) Rubber handheld remote
Switching mechanism Heavy duty sealed solenoids
Roller fairleads Option
Swingaway pulley block Standard
Colour coded 1.5m wiring harness Standard
Alloy safety hooks fitted to all ropes Standard
No load speed 33 feet/min (10m/min)
For 12 volt 40 amps
and 24 volt 23 amps
  FEATURES Powerful, reliable, high quality, heavy duty series wound motors, sealed solenoids, 3 stage heavy duty planetary  gearboxes and easy to operate positive freespool levers. Automatic, external double tapered brake on the end of the gearbox (ideal when using Dyneema® Bowrope as there is no heat build up by the usual in-drum brakes when lowering out), with a positive end of rope fixing to the drum. The models with a ratio of 173:1 offer a fast line speed making them ideal for off road use, whilst the 254:1 winches are ideal for the vehicle recovery Operators Market / Car Transporters. Both drum supports accommodate ‘V-ring’ seals bearing onto the drum flanges to help stop the ingress of mud and water. The handsets come with a 5m (17ft) lead, and the battery cables are 1.5m (5’) long. Each kit comes complete with a heavy duty snatch block,  handsaver strap and mounting hardware. A minimum of 615mm clearance is required for  bolting the winch into place. [table id=10 /] Please note that there are too many variables when attempting to quote speed and amps drawn at different line pulls, but roughly speaking, all 6 models at their rated line speed draw about 350 amps @ 12 volt (210 amps : 24 volt) achieving a speed of about 7 feet/min. Needless to say one should always use a pulley block at anything like these loads which either halve the current draw or halve the load on the winch which allows the motor armature to turn more freely. So now you know! [contentblock id=1 img=gcb.png]
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