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PCW3000-Li KIT WITH BATTERIES AND CHARGER PCW3000-Li-BK

KIT WITH BATTERIES AND CHARGER
Applications : Forestry, Hunting, Other
1,350.00 $

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Manufacturer’s suggested retail price. Applicable taxes not included.

Basic kit with PCW3000-Li battery-powered winch.

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Description

This basic kit includes the PCW3000-Li battery-powered winch, two 82 Volt - 2.5 amperes batteries and a battery charger.

It is the ideal kit to start with, which you will want to complement with other accessories to meet your needs.


*Note: One (1) 60 mm x 2 m polyester anchoring sling is included with every winch.

 

This kit contains the following items:

Testimonials

Previous testimonial

« I liked the fact that the winch is built in Canada. »

Martin Timmons, Upper Sackville, Nova Scotia, Canada

« Flexibility for multiple uses. »

Ken Rubesh, Portland, Oregon, USA

« Great product: pulled an elk one third of a mile with ease. »

Shawn Cles, Maple Valley, Washington, USA

« I have tried to use this winch, this is a good product, it makes me convenient on my work. »

Hau Edmond, Hong Kong

« I own a PCW5000 and wanted a lighter model for hunting. That is why I also bought the PCW3000! Very happy with your products. »

Kevin Cassidy, Durham, Maine, USA

« I purchased this because of a hunting experience and its portability. »

Jacques Monfette, Peace River, Alberta, Canada

« I needed a remote winch. Thanks. »

Edward Kilmartin, Twain Harte, California, USA

« Love my winch. Use it to pull poly docks out of the water. Just great! »

Tim Ruggerio , Hadley, New York, USA

« We have used the winch for a few weeks now and are very impressed with how it is able to pull out the wood for us. It is a great solution for a wood lot with no access for traditional equipment. »

Paul Begin, Victoria Harbour, Ontario, Canada

« Speed of 26’ per minute (8 m/min) was a key consideration, and not having to "reverse" feed the wire back out. »

Kenneth Hixson, Novi, Michigan, USA

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