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Which winch do you need?

MODEL
Max. Boat
Weight*
Line
Speed
Vertical Lift
Capacity
Remote
Control
Light
Double Line
Capacity
Gear
Ratio
Power
Source
Circuit
breaker
Unit
Weight
Depth
Width
Height
Cable Length & Diameter
RC 30
11,500 lbs
8 FPM
4000 lbs
Yes
Yes
7500 lbs
450:1
12V
60 amp
36 lbs
9.5"
11.5"
9"
40' x 7/32"
RC 23
7500 lbs
14 FPM
2400 lbs
Yes
Yes
4300 lbs
225:1
12V
60 amp
34 lbs
9.5"
11.5"
9"
40' x 7/32"
915
9500 lbs
10 FPM
3200 lbs
No
No
5900 lbs
450:1
12V
60 amp
40 lbs
10"
10"
8"
40' x 7/32"
912
11,500 lbs
8 FPM
4000 lbs
No
No
7500 lbs
450:1
12V
60 amp
35 lbs
10"
10"
8"
40' x 7/32"
712
7500 lbs
14 FPM
2400 lbs
No
No
4300 lbs
225:1
12V
30 amp
33 lbs
10"
10"
8"
20' x 7/32"
315
4000 lbs
15 FPM
1650 lbs
No
No
N/A
270:1
12V
30 amp
22 lbs
10"
10"
8"
20' x 7/32"
215
3500 lbs
12 FPM
1500 lbs
No
No
N/A
270:1
12V
30 amp
23 lbs
9.5"
10"
8"
20' x 7/32"

*When calculating boat weight, be sure to include boat, motor, fuel, gear and supplies. If in doubt, select the next larger size.
*PLUG-IN POWER! Safety tip: Do not use your trailer winch as a tie-down. To prevent mishaps, use separate tie-downs to secure your boat on the trailer. Trailer winches should not be used as hoists.