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Harken Winch: Radial Self-Tailing Size 20 - Chrome - Single Speed
Original Price: $ 850.00
Price: $ 594.95
Harken Winch: Radial Self-Tailing Size 35 - Chrome Two Speed
Original Price: $ 1,200.00
Price: $ 839.95
Harken Winch: Radial Self-Tailing Size 40 - Chrome Two Speed
Original Price: $ 1,370.00
Price: $ 958.95
Harken Winch: Radial Self-Tailing Size 46 - Chrome Two Speed
Original Price: $ 2,000.00
Price: $ 1,399.95
Harken Winch: Radial Self-Tailing Size 50 - Chrome Two Speed
Original Price: $ 2,900.00
Price: $ 2,029.95
Harken Winch: Radial Self-Tailing Size 60 - Chrome Two Speed
Original Price: $ 4,200.00
Price: $ 3,569.95
Harken Winch: Radial Self-Tailing Size 60 - Chrome Three Speed
Original Price: $ 6,500.00
Price: $ 5,524.95
Harken Winch: Radial Self-Tailing Size 70 - Chrome Two Speed
Original Price: $ 4,900.00
Price: $ 4,164.95
Harken Winch: Radial Self-Tailing Size 70 - Chrome Three Speed
Original Price: $ 7,700.00
Price: $ 6,544.95
Harken Winch: Radial Self-Tailing Size 80 - Chrome Two Speed
Original Price: $ 10,700.00
Price: $ 9,094.95
Harken Winches Chrome Self Tailing Radial
Harken Self Tailing Chrome Radial Winches are designed for sailors who want the elegance of mirror-polished chrome to enhance their yacht’s lines. They feature chrome drums, black composite bases and tops, and come in 1-, 2-, or 3-speed self-tailing styles.
The drum’s gripping surface is shaped for each winch size and drum material and features diagonal ribs (rather than textured abrasive materials) to maximize gripping power and greatly reduce line wear. When easing, the angle of the ribs stops line from rising, preventing overrides and providing a smooth controlled release as the line exits the winch. Highstrength composite self-tailing jaws and skirt save weight. Composite roller bearings reduce friction under load and don’t require lubrication. Load-carrying gears and pins are 17-4PH stainless steel for strength and durability.
Small Boat winches are available in single speed. Self-tailing models sizes 60 and up come in two or three speeds.
WINCH Q & A:
Why does my chrome Radial winch have a different grip pattern than an aluminum Radial?
Chrome has a more slippery finish than aluminum, so the ribs on chrome Radial winches are spaced closer together to increase friction. This optimizes your grip for trimming as well as for easing the sail in a smooth, controlled manner.