Fulton F2 Manual Trailer Winches

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Fulton F2 Manual Trailer Winches -

One-piece aluminum frames and handles make these sleekly-styled winches far more corrosion-resistant than steel winches. In fact, they’re backed by a limited lifetime warranty! Smooth-operating dual-gear drums and center-drive ratchet systems enable you to choose right or left hand drive. Handle throw is adjustable to 6", 7", or 9". Uses standard mounting bolt pattern. Includes 2"W x 20'L strap with clear galvanized zinc snap hook.
Material: One-piece aluminum frame and handle Cable/Strap Material: Nylon strap Cable/Rope Capacity: 20'L x 2"W strap with hook Mounting Hardware: Included Warranty: Limited lifetime

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Fulton F2 Manual Trailer Winches Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Very nice Winch!!!

Very nice product and I definatley will recommend this to friends. Its sleek design adds a nice look to my trailer. The ease of selecting foward, reverse or nuetral with the turn of a knob is genious. No trying to figure out some little lever and nearly cutting your fingers off. Only problem I had (and it may just have been with my trailer) is that I had to trim a 1/4" off the back side of the housing for it to fit on my winch base plate and clear the vertical post. No biggie. The other thing is that the product says it will bolt in the existing standard bolt hole...not true. The holes on the winch housing slide in and out; with the spacing to the maximum spacing it was still about a 1/8 of an inch short on matching the standard hole pattern. So I did have to drill another hole. Again no biggie.

Prodcut is great in my opinion. I have a 1986 Shorline trailer so it may just be that specific trailer, that I had to make those fabrications.
Too Fast Josh at WestMarine.com on 05/05/2011

F2 Fulton 3200lb winch

This unit was a little tricky to install. The mounting bolts were difficult to keep in place during installation. Also during the instalation of the handle there is a metal tube that the handle bolt goes through. That tube is easy to distort partly because it is not a solid pipe and partly because it isn't quite the correct length. If you distort that tube then the handle does not roll corectly.
chucking bait at WestMarine.com on 07/07/2013

Good to Go!

We have a couple boats, we trailer a 24 foot Baja Islander, using it for water sports and a ferry to the big boats on the water - anchored. The new winch, makes launching the Islander a little easier and enhances the overal appearance of our Heritage trailer and boat package. We have had several people walk up, and ask us about the new winch, and what it is all about?
Baja Glenn at WestMarine.com on 03/03/2013

world of difference

Easy to install. Much better than the winch that came with the trailer. Haven't needed the two speed yet, but it's nice to know its there if I need it. Holes matched the old Fulton. Very happy with product.
Riverking at WestMarine.com on 07/07/2013

Time Will Tell

A bit pricey! Boat loads a bit easier than original equipment (1600 v 1400 lb rated) on Tracker trailer. Not sure it's any more durable than original equipment. Only time will tell.
Hick'ry at WestMarine.com on 04/04/2013

Best Winch I Have Owned

The winch is made out of a solid casting and has real gears, not stamped stacks of metal impersonating gears.
FireHead at WestMarine.com on 04/04/2013


TODD-- at WestMarine.com on 06/06/2011

Fulton still a leader

Loads my Cougar 22MTR great.
PA-WOODCHUCK at WestMarine.com on 12/12/2010

Negative Reviews:

gears slip

The gears would pop and the boat would start sliding back. We had the largest winch available and the thing took two people to pull up. One to hold a rope around the trailer for when the winch slipped and the boat went backwards. took it right back to W.M.
wahoo at WestMarine.com on 08/08/2011

Neutral Reviews:

F2 Manual Trailer Winch

have no installed it yet
gypsykeys at WestMarine.com on 09/09/2010