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Smittybilt S-B97203 XRC 3.0 Winch

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  • Model:
    TAW-S-B97203     Have Questions ?
  • UPC:
    631410090185
  • Price:
    $ 171.84
  • Quantity:
425 In Stock

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Manufacturer Part Number: S-B97203

  • Rated line pull = 3000 lbs.
  • Winch motor 3.9 HP
  • Control = Remote switch, 11.5' lead
  • Gear train = 2-stage planetary
  • Gear reduction ratio =153:1
  • Braking action = self-locking
  • Drum size = 2"
  • L 2.8" (71mm)
  • Cable = diameter (5.5mm) x (10m)
  • Fairlead = 4-way roller fairlead
  • Remote control = included
  • Battery = 175CCA min. for winching
  • Battery leads = 8mm2, black -230mm, red-2309mm
  • Finish = black
  • Overall dimensions = (LxWxH) 12.6"x4.13"x4.35"

Smittybilt's XRC 3 Winch encompasses all the best features you would want in a winch. Every XRC 3 (3,000 LB.) winch features a 3.9 HP Permanent Magnet Motor and a Planetary Gear System with 136:1 gear ratio that will deliver power and reliability at a premium price. This is a perfect recovery system for ATV & UTV applications, with the muscle and dependability to bail you out of any situation. The XRC 3 has all the heavy duty toughness you're looking for.

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