Fulton Manual Trailer Winches

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Fulton Manual Trailer Winches -

Economical manual winches for smooth, easy trailer loading

These economical manual winches are designed with just the right mechanical advantage for smooth, easy loading of your vessel onto its trailer. They feature a corrosion-resistant, zinc-plated finish, high-carbon steel gears, heavy-duty ribs to help maintain proper alignment, a full-length drum bushing and oil-impregnated shaft bushings. The 2,600lb. model features two speeds-fast, for quick retrieval and slow, for heavier loads. The 900lb. model includes 2"W x 12'L strap. All others include 2"W x 20'L strap.

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Fulton Manual Trailer Winches Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Solid product

I have the 900 and the 1800 lb Fulton for two different sized boats. Never fails, never snaps back on your wrist, hasn't shown any signs of corrosion despite exclusively salt water use. Extremely easy to set up and install. My only warning (probably true for any winch) is that the strap hooks are all too big for the bow eyes of most small-medium sized trailerable boats. I connected a galvanized anchor shackle to by bow eye to solve that problem. Works perfectly.
DNA DAVE at WestMarine.com on 07/07/2013

Bolted right up!

I have owned and trailered my 22 foot sailboat for over 30 years and finally the trailer's winch gave away. I replaced my wire unit with this nylon strap winch. I was surprised to find it was almost an exact replacement, and it only took a few minutes to bolt up. My only suggestion for improvement is to make the strap yellow or red etc, so that it can be seen a little easier in the dark water.
Captain Pat at WestMarine.com on 07/07/2011

Easy install and adjust

Took it out of the box, handle the handle position change and winch installed in less than ten minutes. First time I took the boat out, upon trailering, hooked up, winched right up, in fact, my wife, 5'3", 140 lbs winched it up because I was used to having to motor the boat up! Great product!!
Dewy at WestMarine.com on 04/04/2012

A good product

Bolt pattern didn't fit my old trailer, but I drilled out the trailer platform to fit the winch. The clip is too fat for my bow eye, but I solved that one by adding a shackle to the bow eye. Overall, a good product.
Sailor Bill at WestMarine.com on 02/02/2011

Higher price at store?

Saved $15 by ordering on line. Called local West Marine store and it was $15 more. Saved a trip to store, just had to wait a few days.
Paprman at WestMarine.com on 07/07/2013

2600 lb Fulton Trailer winch

The trailer works great. You can't beat the 2 gear winches. I just hope it holds up against corrosion.
BH at WestMarine.com on 08/08/2011


Pops at WestMarine.com on 02/02/2012

fulton winch

put in on my trailer for a 16 ft. spectrum
none at WestMarine.com on 06/06/2013

Economical solution

Good value. Strap could be longer.
Canaqua at WestMarine.com on 07/07/2013

Great product. Smooth operation.

Easy installation and a quality product.
Chuck at WestMarine.com on 06/06/2011

Negative Reviews:

fulton trailer winch 1800lb.

[$] not worth the money, handle stripped on two flat sided shaft. launched 10 times. cranked handle just 1 foot. boat is well under 1800 lb winch rating. Last winch I had forward reverse selector lever cracked frame bracket. Did not look ,but I sure its made in [*], Junk. Boats are a hole in the water. especially when these manufacturers sell you junk. Its worth paying a couple or several extra dollars for made in America. Employ U.S not Foreign workers.
Baseball, apple pie,chevy and Harley Dav at WestMarine.com on 06/06/2012

Neutral Reviews:

I broke it

Broke it again today. I bouth a #1600, which is apparently not sold anymore.

I sheared the pin to the ratchet "pin?", I replaced that with another bolt this summer and today the "pin" that locks the ratchet teeth snapped. 18' Lund Alaskan with three guys in it, back half of the boat floating cranking one handed.
Jeff at WestMarine.com on 11/11/2010

Not made in America anymore

I replaced a similar model winch and found that the old one was made in Milwaukee. Now, the new one is made in Mexico. Not saying that this is bad, but there are some small differences such as steel thickness, etc. Too bad we as a country feel we have to import everything now, and export nothing.
aquaman02 at WestMarine.com on 10/10/2013