PCW3000-Li<br>Forestry kit
PCW3000-Li<br>Forestry kit
PCW3000-Li<br>Forestry kit
PCW3000-Li<br>Forestry kit
PCW3000-Li<br>Forestry kit
PCW3000-Li<br>Forestry kit
PCW3000-Li<br>Forestry kit
PCW3000-Li<br>Forestry kit
PCW3000-Li<br>Forestry kit
PCW3000-Li<br>Forestry kit
PCW3000-Li<br>Forestry kit
PCW3000-Li<br>Forestry kit

PCW3000-Li
Forestry kit

PCW3000-Li-FK

Regular price $1,349.95 USD
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FOR AN ECOLOGICAL AND COMPACT CHOICE, THE KIT PCW3000-LI-FK, WITH THE HIGH-PERFORMANCE BATTERY-POWERED WINCH, BRINGS TOGETHER THE ESSENTIALS FOR WOODLOT OWNERS AND OCCASIONAL LOGGERS.

The skidding cone (PCA-1290) prevents logs from getting stuck in roots, stumps and other obstacles. Its shape allows it to slide along the residual trees, thus avoiding  injuries during regeneration. The 3/8'' x 164' rope allows you to reach trees everywhere. The single pulley (PCA-1275) will be useful to deviate the load or double the pulling force if need be. Combined with the 2,200-lb power offered by the winch PCW3000-Li, you will obtain 4,400 lb of strength! 

An interesting alternative to the kit PCW3000-FK if you enjoy having no maintenance to perform.

Note: One (1) 2-1/2'' x 6-1/2' polyester anchor sling is included with the winch.

Note: No battery or charger is included with this PCW3000-Li winch kit. However, you can select the type and number of batteries as well as the charger and the selling price will be adjusted accordingly. 

PCW3000-Li

BATTERY-POWERED PULLING WINCH 80/82 V

PCA-1275

SINGLE SWING SIDE PULLEY



PCA-0106

TRANSPORT BAG

PCA-1276

LOCKING CARABINER (X2)

PCA-1290

SKIDDING CONE

PCA-1282

LOCKING GRAB HOOK

PCA-1260

POLYESTER SLING

PCA-1205M

ROPE 3/8'' X 164'

PCA-1295

CHOKER CHAIN

Customer Reviews

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James Jennings
Quiet, adequate for small logs, jury out on big logs

Quiet capstan winch works well on 6” to 10” logs, but requires patience. Even with skidding cone, it did get hung up around some rocks - it bogged down the motor and the rope started slipping so moved them by hand and then finished the job with the winch. Battery life was fine. Have not tried on larger logs 18" to 24”.

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Paul Wilson
Great tool

If you, like me, have a dense forest you need to thin and you need to move large logs without bringing in heavy equipment, this is the tool. The skidding cone is a great asset too. Also, great for directional felling. It's quite common for felled trees to get hung up in vines and other trees, the winch makes it possible to bring them down safely. It's not "can you do it, it's can you do it safely," I believe and the portable winch is the safest way.

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Portable Winch Co. warrants its new products to be free from defects resulting from deficient material and workmanship under normal use and service.

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We want you to be pleased with your order. If you are not satisfied, call or write to us within 25 days for authorization to return or exchange your merchandise.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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James Jennings
Quiet, adequate for small logs, jury out on big logs

Quiet capstan winch works well on 6” to 10” logs, but requires patience. Even with skidding cone, it did get hung up around some rocks - it bogged down the motor and the rope started slipping so moved them by hand and then finished the job with the winch. Battery life was fine. Have not tried on larger logs 18" to 24”.

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Paul Wilson
Great tool

If you, like me, have a dense forest you need to thin and you need to move large logs without bringing in heavy equipment, this is the tool. The skidding cone is a great asset too. Also, great for directional felling. It's quite common for felled trees to get hung up in vines and other trees, the winch makes it possible to bring them down safely. It's not "can you do it, it's can you do it safely," I believe and the portable winch is the safest way.