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Dutton-Lainson StrongArm Electric Winch w/ Remote, Pulley Block - 1,500 lbs

Dutton-Lainson StrongArm Electric Winch w/ Remote, Pulley Block - 1,500 lbs

Item # DL25721
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This winch includes a 50' cable that increases the load capacity with double-line-pulling capability. Winch is powered by your vehicle battery and includes a Load/Unload remote. Great Prices for the best trailer winch from Dutton-Lainson. Dutton-Lainson StrongArm Electric Winch w/ Remote, Pulley Block - 1,500 lbs part number DL25721 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Dutton-Lainson Trailer Winch - DL25721

  • Boat Trailer Winch
  • Utility Winch
  • Electric Winch
  • Dutton-Lainson
  • Wire Rope
  • Light Duty
  • Includes Remote
  • No Clutch

This winch includes a 50' cable that increases the load capacity with double-line-pulling capability. Winch is powered by your vehicle battery and includes a Load/Unload remote.


Features:

  • Built-in, detachable, hand-held remote with 10' cord
    • Load/Unload switch
  • Dynamic motor brake and mechanical friction brake
    • Dynamic brake helps bring load to immediate halt without coasting
    • Mechanical brake locks reel to hold load
  • High-torque, 12-volt, DC motor
    • Includes circuit-breaker overload protection
    • Comes with wiring harness
      • 25' Positive battery wire and 8' ground wire
  • Flexible, high-strength, 7 strand x 19 gauge, galvanized aircraft cable
    • Pulley block and snap hook included for double-line pulling
    • 50' of Cable - great for double-line operation
    • Safety snap hook keeps load securely attached
    • Wire cable can be swapped out for 2" wide strap
  • Emergency crank handle comes standard
    • Use in the event of power failure
  • Heat-treated gears provide smoother, quieter ride and greater strength
  • Precision needle bearings in high-load areas
    • Create low friction and promote longer life
  • Die-formed base is adapted for quick-mounting applications
  • High-impact, weather-resistant case
    • Provides excellent protection for internal components
    • Safer than open-reel models
  • Brushed stainless steel front plate for superior rust resistance
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Load capacity: 1,500 lbs
    • Double-line capacity: 2,200 lbs
    • Rating based on 10' pull
  • Current draw: 70 amps at 12 volts
    • Electric winches should be used intermittently - maximum continuous run time is 4 minutes
  • Gear ratio: 189:1
  • Cable dimensions: 3/16" diameter x 50' long
  • Load speed (feet per minute):
    • No Load/Full Reel - 16
    • Full Load/Full Reel - 4.5
  • 1-Year limited warranty


Determining Your Load Capacity

A common ratio for determining your winch load capacity is 2:1. For example, a 2,000-lb boat would require a 1,100-lb winch. There are extenuating factors, however, that will determine the appropriate winch size for your purposes.

The ratio can be stretched to 3:1 in instances when the trailer in use has high-quality rollers and is most commonly used on ramps where boats float most of the way onto the trailer.

In contrast, using a boat trailer that has wooden bunks, lacks self-alignment capabilities, and is most commonly used on ramps where the boat must be winched most of the way onto the trailer reduces the ratio to 1:1.

Note that pontoon trailers and other special designs require special consideration when determining winch capacity.



Percent InclineMultiply By
Level Surface10.0
5 (3 degrees)6.67
10 (6 degrees)5.02
20 (11 degrees)3.40
30 (17 degrees)2.61
50 (26 degrees)1.86
70 (35 degrees)1.53
100 (45 degrees)1.29

Determining Your Rolling Load Capacity

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To calculate your winch's rolling load capacity - the amount of weight it can pull up an incline - you must multiply the winch capacity by a factor determined by the degree of the incline.

The multiplication factor shown includes a 10 percent rolling friction factor. Note: A 5 percent - or 3 degree - incline is a 1/2' rise in 10'. Follow the chart to determine your winch's rolling load capacity.



Mounting Your Winch

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Note:

All Dutton-Lainson StrongArm electric winches are built for multipurpose hauling and pulling operations. They are not to be used as hoists for lifting, supporting or transporting people, or for handling loads over areas where people could be present.



25721 Dutton-Lainson StrongArm Electric Winch w/ Remote, Pulley Block - 1,500 lbs (SA7015DC)

Installation Details DL25721 Installation instructions




Customer Reviews

Dutton-Lainson StrongArm Electric Winch w/ Remote, Pulley Block - 1,500 lbs - DL25721

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (135 Customer Reviews)

This winch includes a 50' cable that increases the load capacity with double-line-pulling capability. Winch is powered by your vehicle battery and includes a Load/Unload remote.

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Shopped around a lot before I bought this. My boat is heavy (7500 lb) and the wench I had struggled. I took a chance on this as it was rated for the weight. I used the Anderson style connectors and installed a breaker near the battery. Pulled new wire rated for the amp draw. I couldnt be happier! This thing is a beast! Has no prob pulling my boat and cant see that it struggles at all. Highly reccomend. Photo is during installation. I put a cover over it due to my anchor comes close when launching and didnt want it to hit.



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The product is great. I replaced a 2001 Strong Arm with this 2024 Strong Arm on my Floe Vertical lift. Having the remote control built in is very nice.



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Installed cables. 35A breaker is not insulated and required additional cable to connect to modern battery terminal - so had to buy an insulated breaker. On first use, the small gear on the motor drive shaft fell off because it was installed at the factory without a snap ring. Luckily I found it and fashioned a snap ring for temporary use to load the boat (see picture). Then learned the clutch was set excessively low - would not pull anything close to 1000 pounds. Manual says to not adjust clutch more than 20 degrees, but that would not pull as much as a 2000 lb ratchet strap. I see the other good reviews on this product, but clearly mine was built with some serious QC issues. Hard day on the boat ramp. Grateful for the help and patience of fellow boaters. I am beyond the 60 days to return this product since I bought and installed it over the winter to enjoy this boating season.



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Works good. The cable unravels and creates a little bird nest if it doesn't have tension. A strap would be better, but more prone to breaking I suppose.



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They were exceptionally helpful in deciding which winch to buy. I got this for my pontoon boat on a slide bumper trailer. I wanted to make sure it would have enough power to pull my 24 ft pontoon. This winch is honestly one of the best purchases I have made for this boat. It easily pulls my boat up onto the trailer. Total time to load about 2 mins. I have had many envious looks at my electric winch. Thank you again. For the help in deciding which one to get.



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Put this winch on my Ranger 620 boat trailer a year ago and love it! Haven't had a single problem and it helps trailering when I fish alone. I ran power and ground from my truck battery to a back bumper plug, and have a separate removable cable (shown in pic) to connect truck plug to the winch plug. Grounding to the truck didn't work for me. I have another spare cable and plug rolled up and attached to my trolling motor battery for when my buddies drive. Winch prevents power loading and drawing sand into the motor. DL24055 adapter plate was needed and I put a coupler lock up through the middle of the winch to prevent theft and I bought a cover (shown in pic) to keep the rain out. etrailer sales and support are absolutely fabulous! They helped me figure all this out.



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Received the winch and all looks good. I ordered a new boat trailer so the winch hasn't been installed yet. Will let you know when it's installed



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Works great! The only thing that would make it better is to make the tensioner knob easier to grip when your hands are wet



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Works great, fit my trail weight boat trailer, with a 24 foot pontoon



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I love the winch for the strap is a great upgrade than the power winch with metal cable which would rust, wire strands would break off, and cut your hands, and the cable would not retrieve back on winch even. The cons I see is the strap has become dried out after use on the end at the hook and it wants to double over on same area. Another concern I have is you have to tighten the clutch knob very hard when retrieving in or it will back off and free spin back out. Just have to wait and see if this becomes a problem in the future.



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I purchased this winch to replace a Fulton K2550 manual winch on my ham radio tower. My tower is 54 ft tall when extended and 21 ft when retracted. It takes about 170 turns of the winch to raise/lower the tower. I removed the hand winch and placed the D-L SA9010AC winch in the existing mounting holes. I like this winch since it comes with a stainless hub since it will be used outside. This winch has a 2700 lb load rating. I am lifting around 700 lbs. This winch comes with no cable or freewheeling clutch. I reused the 1/4" stainless cable on the winch. I raised the tower and it took 2 minutes and 10 seconds. Lowering took 2 minutes. Well within the maximun run time of 3 minutes. The cable length winched was 17 ft. I have raised and lowered the tower several times to work on the antenna's and it worked properly every time. Attached are several pictures of the installation. I already recommended this winch to another ham operator.



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I am a 77 year old man and having to hand winch my small sailboat up on a shore ramp that I have. It was getting to be a bit much, so I decided to look into a 12volt winch. The Dl25200 fit the bill, works great. I have a 12volt battery next to it and a 10 , watt solar charger to keep the battery up, I hope. Time will tell. The service at etrailer was great, good price and fast shipping. Thanks



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Absolutely a great product I have used before. The trailer is a great company to deal with.



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Easy to install, works great. Moves a 650 lb load with ease. Noah at customer service was very helpful and professional



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Perfect replacement for my old winch. Took only a few minutes to install.



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Item was shipped extremely fast. Installed it shortly after delivery and all is perfect so far.



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nice product



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Just what I needed



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To whom it may concern,

The power
cable that came with the winch is 4' short. It was mounted on the front of a boat trailer and I have a full size pick up.



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works perfectly.....great product and r eputation!



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Arrived in timely manner . Easy to install. Replaced hand crank on my boat trailer with this electric winch . Getting older and have some back issues . Works perfectly. Rather than connecting and wiring to car battery I use a portable battery in back of my car .



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Great experience.



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Installed this electric winch on an existing DavitMaster davit. Easy install utilizing existing manual winch plate and hardware. Salesperson was very knowledgable and helpful. Very satisfied with product.



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Yes I finished the winch installation, I have not tried at the boat ramp,
however I ran the winch and am very pleased. I am also pleased at the way your company does business. Thank you. George you asked for pictures, please find enclosed pictures.



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The winch works as advertised. My boat with gear and fuel weighs in around 6500 lbs. My trailer has rollers so that does make it easier. It hauls it up ok until maybe the last 6 inches where it slows down a bit. One improvement I would make would be to have a better emergencey handle. It is quite small and if I ever had to use it I would imagine it would take forever and not sure I could generate enough leverage to pull the boat all the way onto the trailer.


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