4000LBS BOAT TRAILER WINCH SPECIFICATIONS
|Rated line pull||4000lbs (1814kgs)single line|
|Motor||Permanent magnet, 1.3kw/1.8 hp|
|Gear reduction ratio||135:01:00|
|Gear train||3 Stage Planetary|
|Cable (Dia x L)||Diamete0.21”(5.4mm)Length41.3’(10.5m)|
|Drum size (Dia x L)||1.24”(31.5mm) x2.8”(71mm)|
|Clutch||Sliding Ring Gear|
|Braking action||Automatic In-The-Drum|
|Overall dimensions(L X W X H)||13.4” X 4.3” X 4.4”(353mm X 110mm X 112mm)|
|Mounting bolt pattern||166mm*76mm,Ø9|
|Weight||N.W. 10 kg G.W. 12 kg|
|Packing size||410mmx350mmx210mm 1PC/CTN|
PULL, SPEED, AMPERES, VOLTS
|Line pull lbs(kgs)||Line speed ft/min(m/min)||Current A|
LINE PULL AND ROPE CAPACITY IN LAYER
|Layer||Rated Line Pull||Total Rope on Drum|
INSTRUCTIONSThank you for purchasing a 1500lbs/2000lbs/2500lbs/3000lbs winch from our company. You will need this manual for the safety warnings and cautions, assembly instructions, operating procedures, maintenance procedures, trouble shooting, parts list, and diagram. Please properly keep your invoice with this manual. Write the invoice number at the back of the front cover. Also keep this manual and your invoice in a safe, dry place for future reference.
The responsibility for safe installation and operation of the winch and prevention of operation of personal injury and property damage ultimately rests with you, the operator. There is no substitute for the use of good judgment and caution in operating a winch.
Be sure the cable is in good condition, and is attached properly.
Do not use the winch if the cable is frayed.
Do not replace the cable with a cable of lesser strength.
Be sure the battery is in good condition. Avoid contacting with battery acid or other contaminants.
Always wear ANSI approved eye protection when working around a battery.
Have the engine running when using the winch, to avoid ruing the battery down.
Stay out of the direct line that the cable is pulling. If the cable slips or breaks, it will “whiplash” along this line.
Keep hands, clothing, hair and jewelry clear of the winch while in use.
Use a spotter to assist you in assuring that it is safe to operate the winch. Make sure this person is out of the way of the vehicle and the cable before activating the winch.
Do not attempt to exceed the pulling limits of this winch.
Never use the hand crank to “assist” the winch. This will damage the winch and may cause personal injury.
1. Always connect Red to Red (Positive to Positive) and Black to the vehicle’s frame, making a ground connection, when using battery power from your vehicle.
2. Never continue use of your winch or other accessory until the battery is completely run down. This can permanently damage your battery!
3. You may wish to keep your engine running while using this winch, to continually recharge the battery. However, exercise extreme caution when working around a running vehicle.
4. Do not use a dirty, corroded or leaking battery. You may suffer injury from and acid burns.
MOUNTING YOUR WINCH
You winch is designed to be mounted temporarily, using the Trailer Hitch Mounting Bracket.However, you may also mount your winch permanently.
1. Select a mounting site on the bumper of your vehicle, truck bed, boat trailer, or other suitable location. NOTE: This winch can generate1500LBS-- 3000LBS pulling force. Be sure the location you select can withstand this force. You may need to use steel reinforcement plates, or weld on additional bracing, depending on the desired mounting location.
2. Align the winch with the desired location, and mark for drilling the locations of the 4 holes on the base of the winch.
3. Drill these locations on your vehicle.
1. Attach the three Plate Stud Bolts to the Adapter Plate, as shown, using the supplied Nuts. Tighten securely.
2. Index the heads of the Plate Studs into the keyhole slots on the back of the winch.
3. Attach the Winch/Adapter Plate assembly to your trailer hitch, by inserting the trailer hitch ball through the shaped hole in the Adapter Plate.
USING YOUR WINCH
1. Put you vehicle in Neutral. (Never winch with your vehicle in Gear or in Park, since this could damage your vehicle’s transmission.)PUT YOUR EMERGENCY BRAKE ON. BLOCK THE WHEELS FROM ROLLING，USING SUITABLE CHOCKS. FALLURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN CAUSE YOUR VEHICLE TO ROLL WHILE, CREATING AN EXTERMELY DANGEROUS SITUATION!!
2. To pull out the cable, turn the CLUTCH KNOB counterclockwise to loosen it, and then pull out the cable you need. ALWAYS LEAVE AT LEAST FIVE TURNS OF CABLE ON THE SPOOL TO PREVENT PULLING THE CABLE OUT OF THE WINCH!
3. Hook onto the object using a pulling point, tow strap or chain. Never warp the cable around the object Positive and hook onto the cable itself. This can cause damage to the object being pulled, and kink or fray the cable.
4. Re-tighten the clutch knob.
5. Stand clear, and when it is safe to do so, use the power switch in the remote control to retract the cable, and winch the item as desired.
1. Keep hands. Clothing, hair, and jewelry clear of the drum area and cable when winching.
2. Never use the winch if the cable is frayed, kinked or damaged.
3. Never allow anyone to stand near the cable or in line with the cable behind the winch while it is under power. If the cable should slip or break, it can suddenly whip back toward the winch, causing a hazard for anyone in the area. Always stand well to the side while winching.
Warning: Do not use the crank to assist an operating winch. This will damage the winch and may cause personal injury.
1. Turn the clutch knob clockwise until hand tight. Do not force it or over tighten.
2. Place the end of the hand crank over the flattened end of threaded shaft on the left side of the winch.
3. Rotate the hand crank clock clockwise to tighten the cable. Continue to turn until the cable had been completely retracted.
1. Lubricate the cable occasionally with light oil.
2. Grease the gears every 6 months. To do this, remove the clutch knob and separate the left and right housing. Use any good quality waterproof grease.