|Item Weight||25.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 12 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||2953AT|
|Manufacturer Part Number||2953AT|
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Master Lock 2953AT 12-Volt DC Portable Winch
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- 12-volt portable winch with remote and hand crank
- Attaches to ball mount or a flat surface with plate
- Capacities: 2000-pound pulling, 5000-pound marine, 6,000-pound rolling
- Includes power battery cables, remote, back-up hand crank and safety hook
- Convenient built-in carrying handle; 1-year warranty
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2953AT Portable Electric Winch
» Powerful rack and pinion gear design.
» Can be temporarly mounted to a ball mount, or attached to a flat surface.
» Battery cables, remote control, back–up hand crank, and hook with safety latch included.
» Convenient carrying handle built into winch housing.
- Cable Length: 30 ft. (29 ft. working length)
- Maximum Designed Stall Load: 2100 lbs./kg
- Current Draw: @ 150 lbs. Load: 4 to 6 amps; @ 2,000 lbs. Load: 20 amps
- Net Weight: 27 lbs.
- Line Speed: 6 ft./minute (with load)
- Power Supply: 12 Volts DC
- Overall Dimensions: 7.8" H x 9.6" W(D) x 9.9" L
8-3/4" x 4-15/16" x 5/32"
Cable – 9'9"
Cable Layer Capacity lbs./kg
|Duty Cycle |
» Fully loaded @ 2000 lbs. @ 6 to 8 minutes of operation.
Allow 5 minutes to cool before resuming use.
» Light loaded @ 150 lbs. @ 6 to 8 minutes of operation.
Allow 1 minutes to cool before resuming use.
|Capacity: 6000 lb. Rolling |
5000 lb. Marine
2000 lb. Pulling
Max Boat Weight: 5000 lb.
Max Boat Size: 18 ft.
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It has a built in handle for carrying, detachable power and control cords, and enough cable to get you within 25 feet or so of whatever you are winching. It has a 2000 lb rating, and will pull that much easily. Not quickly, but easily. It has a manual crank that can be attached to the shaft. It also has a very handy mounting plate designed to slip over the ball on a ball-hitch.
The clutch is manual, and drag is set by means of a threaded knob on the shaft. It is very simple to use. Simply connect the power and control cables, loosen the clutch, pull the cable to whatever you need to pull and hook it up. Then tighten the clutch and press the button on the control handle and start winching. Be patient. There is only one speed and it is slow. But it works.
I have tested the winch by hanging it from a beam and picking up the front of a truck with no problem. Then we really put it to the test by using it to pull our garden tractor out of the mud. It was a long pull so we needed to add a tug strap but it was easy enough to hook up. The pull was painless. The winch is slow because it gets it's power through gearing. It is quite a drain on a car battery, so it helps to leave your engine running while you pull.
Not something you would want to use every day but very handy to have around. For my money this is a 5-star tool. Great for the boat owner or for use around the farm.
There are a couple of bad features, however.
1. Short battery cables - I don't know what vehicle they're comparing the length to, but most pickup type trucks or full sized trucks would not reach with these cables. I had to add an extra 6 or 7 feet to reach the engine bay. Not a problem for those using battery booster type devices and running it closer to the winch, but an annoying problem for everyone else.
2. Short controller cables - Again, it would be great to be able to walk all the way to the back of a trailer, for example, and use the winch at the same time, but not so. Either you have to leave the controller in the front, go to the back, then return to operate it again, or you need someone else to help you. Not a big deal for smaller trailers, annoying on anything over 14 feet.
3. Difficult-to-insert connectors - It's very difficult to put in the rubberized connectors for power and controller. They are marked with a rib to make it idiot proof which is nice, but the rubber - obviously in place to make it waterproof - makes it a bit of a chore to put it in and out. On a winch designed to be removable, this is silly.
4. No back up (power out) control - This is the big one for me. I should have probably been careful and read and re-read the description, but this feature is oh so important and not having it makes using it a drag, so much so that I now have to buy a second winch and dispose of this one (at least for main duties).Read more ›
i mounted it on the tractor and went to haul up some logs. the cable run is about 30feet; sounds like a lot until getting down in a ravine and seeing just how short that is...i attached an added chain, but still there was only a 30foot run at a time before having to go back down and make new attachments.
i do belive the pulling data is very accurate, i tried to pull my 2500 pound tractor on a 5% grade. it did it BUT i could have retired in the process...ULTRA slow.
there may be times when very slow is good as in tightening fence lines, pulling in a boat....but most of what i do around the farm speed is more important to me...if i were to guess i would say it winches in at about 6inches a minute. they say not to run the motor more than 8-12 minutes...so, gee that figures out to be a whopping 6feet in 12 minutes....
the setup seems solid except the plastic housing which if rather flimsy, as evidenced when it fell off the mounting plate...maybe a fall of 1 1/2 foot...the housing got big deep scrathes and seperated at the seam. they mention it is not waterproof, well you can surely believe that.
i will keep it as for the price it will have some uses, like fence pulling, lifting the motorcycle from a rafter/pulley to change tires etc...but for log pulling, moving something up to the flatbed well there are faster ways.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This really is the best thing ever! Literally 20 mins before writing this review this winch saved us! Read morePublished 13 days ago by Jesse Cassotta
Works great. I use this to load cars and trucks onto my trailer. Very handy. Care should be taken to be sure not to pull at an angle that may cause the cable to jam. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Lin
Its OK. That is it. Biggest disappointment is the unspool mode. You do this by rotating the knob fully counter clockwise. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Tom G
Excelent perfromace, just a little slow but gets the job done.Published 24 days ago by Hugo Castañeda
free spool was a big problem,and cable was hard to pull.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000COTKDM/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_0 second replacement was as bad as the firstPublished 1 month ago by Arthur Burgio