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Reese Towpower Portable Electric Winch

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Reese Towpower Portable Electric Winch mounts to hitch ball for quick and easy temporary use.

  • Includes 29 ft. of galvanized cable and safety hook, wired remote control, 20 ft. power cable, steel mounting plate, manual hand crank and knob
  • Permanent platform mounting for trailers, flat beds, trucks and more
  • Capacities: 6000 lb. rolling, 5000 lb. marine and 2000 lb. pulling
  • 1 year limited warranty

Specification Description
Product Type: Electric Winches
Brand: Reese Towpower
Brake Type: Automatic Mechanical
Clutch: Power In, Power Out, Freespooling
Horsepower: 1/2 HP
Line Pull: 2,000 lb.
Mounting Bolt Pattern (W x L): 2-5/8 in. x 3 in.
Product Length: 11-1/5 in.
Product Width: 15-1/8 in.
Rope Length: 29 ft.
Rope Type: Galvanized Steel Cable
Warranty: 1-Year Limited
Power Type: 12 Volt
Product Height: 9-3/4 in.
Line Speed: 6 FPM
Drum Capacity - Wire Rope: 29 ft. of 3/16 in. rope
Rope Diameter: 1/5 in.
Manufacturer Part Number 7033600
Reese Towpower Portable Electric Winch is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk I purchased this portable electric winch. It did not work. I returned it and again. It did not work right this time. I got the second one to work. I then used it for a item less then what it is rated for in pulling weight. The motor started to smell then smoke. The cable binds real easy in its own case. This is junk and not worth you time
Date published: 2019-04-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great for my kind of use I bought mine a little over a year ago, and I've been able to use it to lift 3 different vehicle motors with, I use it to hang deer, move huge logs, even used it to get a rzr 1000 unstuck from the mud. I do think the line is a little slow, but I can work with slow as long as its dependable which it is. It's a 1 ton winch, it's not made to pull a full size car which weighs more than 2000 lbs, its ment for light work. It was built for small jobs not to lift the Eiffel tower. If you use it the way it was made for it will last.
Date published: 2018-11-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Worked Ok Bought this in a hurry since I did not have my 4 wheeler with winch. The retreive is slow and feels like you are not getting the full pulling power, I should have added a snatch block, that would be a good addition to this product. I like the long power cords and the corded remote. Overall if you dont have really heavy items this will work. Make sure to use the release nob to pull out your wire otherwise you will be waiting all day.
Date published: 2018-10-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Piece of junk, Don't buy this winch, it's almost worthless. It derives its 2000 lb rating with 1 cable wrap on the drum, as the cable accumulates wraps on the drum the pulling strength changes substantially reducing the line pull. I bought this and mounted it on a boat trailer to pull my 750 lb inflatable boat out and it could not do it.
Date published: 2018-08-05
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is this 120 volt

Asked by: Vetteman1984
This is a 12 volt electric winch.
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2018-02-27

Can it fit on any size hitch ball

Asked by: Topdolla
According to our engineering team, any size ball should work
Answered by: ReesePower
Date published: 2018-05-18

Do they make a wireless remote model?

Asked by: BobDMo
Currently only Wired Remote control model is available for this product.
Answered by: ReesePower
Date published: 2018-05-09

Can the winch be used to slowly lower my 4*4 down a ramp?

Asked by: Mrdoitall
This model has a capacity of 6000 lb. rolling, 5000 lb. marine and 2000 lb. pulling
Answered by: ReesePower
Date published: 2018-05-03

Will this winch power in and out?

Asked by: Aaoutfitter1
Clutch spec is Power In, Power Out, Freespooling.
Answered by: ReesePower
Date published: 2019-05-02

I need one that is not manual release. I need one that has a remote that can retact and extract.

Asked by: Irma50
For this model there's only manual hand crank & knob and wired remote control.
Answered by: ReesePower
Date published: 2018-09-18

I lost my directions how do I release the cable to pull it out ?

Asked by: Jeepguy17
For a proper operation of the winch, please see below instructions: 1.- If winch is mounted to vehicle, apply parking brake and block the wheels from rolling with suitable chocks. Put vehicle in neutral to avoid damaging the transmission 2. Turn clutch knob clockwise to disengage clutch. 3. Use gloves if holding the hook or cable by hand. Pull out required amount of cable making sure a minimum of 3 turns of cable are left on the cable drum.
Answered by: ReesePower
Date published: 2018-11-15

Does this motor have the ability to continuous run?

Asked by: CountryScoob
Please refer to Duty Cycle for this model: Fully loaded 2000 lbs.- 6-7 minutes of operation. Allow 7-9 minutes to cool before continuing & Moderately loaded 500 lb. – 12-14 minutes of operation. Allow 45 seconds to 1 minute to cool before continuing. Notice: Pulling capacities greatly decrease as the degree of incline increases.
Answered by: ReesePower
Date published: 2018-09-18
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