Good Rigging Control System: A Powerful Ultra Portable Capstan Hoist

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  • The 2 speed winch has a 4:1 gear reduction in high gear, a 10:1 reduction in low gear
  • The winch is self tailing so it holds the load in place with out the operator handling the rope
  • The winch is designed to work with 1/2” to 3/4” diameter rope
  • The system is designed to provide tremendous lifting capability and load control with a single operator
  • The mount is articulated and has rubber pads on the back to allow mounting to a wide range of pole diameters and can be mounted to wood, steel or fiber glass poles
  • The winch and mount are separate components weighing 43 lbs (mount) and 25 lbs (winch) making it very portable to remote jobsites
  • The winch can be driven by the hand crank or by a power drill with the drill driver (included)

Contact your utility equipment supplier for more information or contact us directly at:
Good Rigging LLC.
Ph: 262 538-1703
grcs8887@sbcglobal.net

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