West Coast Winch uses 4-stroke Honda engines for pulling power
West Coast Winch is debuting two portable winches at the SEMA 2015 in Las Vegas this year, both powered by Honda four-strokes.
The Gas Powered Capstan Winch (PCW) is ideal for vehicle recovery, hunting and forestry to name a few.
These winches run on Honda engines and weigh as light as 20 pounds allowing as much as 2200 lbs. of pull in the most remote of locations.
PCW3000 is our smallest, lightest model with a pulling capacity of 1600 lbs. while weighing only 20 lbs. The power of this winch comes from its Honda 4-Stroke 35cc 360° All-Position engine giving the user the freedom to store the unit in any position without running the risk of flooding the engine.
PCW5000 is our most popular and most powerful model and is powered by the Honda GXH 50cc engine, which allows for pulling capacity of up to 2200 lbs. at a rate of 40 ft. per minute.
Both PCWs can be mounted to a category III hitch, a 2” ball hook, a tree, a stump or a pole. This is the perfect tool for removing debris from your ATV trail or winching your truck out of a tough spot.
For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop by SEMA 2015 booth 33178 November 3-6 to see in person.