Feb 13, 2018

Fulton XLT Powered Marine WInchHorizon Global® presents the new Fulton XLT Powered Marine Winch, which eliminates the need for manual cranking when launching and retrieving a boat. The DC powered push button design allows users to wind in or pay out the strap with ease, and includes a free-spool feature for when it needs to happen in a hurry. Its sleek design offers style and easy access to controls while protecting against the elements.

The wireless remote, which is included with the product, eliminates the dreaded dip in the water, allowing users to control the winch from the dock or shore. The integrated swivel hook technology keeps the pre-installed 20-foot strap flat during winding, while the integrated hawse fairlead design protects it from damage. Three built-in LED lights allow for nighttime boat launching or retrieval.

The 7.0 version handles boats up to 20 ft. in length with a maximum weight of 7,000 lbs., while the 10.0 version handles boats up to 26 ft. in length with a maximum weight of 10,000 lbs. With a patented Easy Install System, manual override, and a limited 5-year warranty, the Fulton XLT Powered Marine Winch is sure to add Waves of Innovation to the boating experience.
For more information on the XLT or other Fulton products, visit www.FultonPerformance.com.

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