Manufacturer part #:
||3 1/8 in
||6 3/16 in
||6 7/8 in
|Line Entry Height (LE)
||3 1/4 in
Manufacturer part #:
(*) SH only.
| Line Entry Height (LE)
||3 1/4 in
|Min Line Ø
|| 8 mm
|Max Line Ø
||4 7/8 in
|Fasteners (SH or HH)
||5 x 1/4 (*)
||5 x 6
|Gear Ratio 1
||Gear Ratio 2
||Gear Ratio 3
|Power Ratio 1
||Power Ratio 2
||Power Ratio 3
Aluminum Radial® winches are designed for sailors who want
lightweight, extremely strong winches with plenty of power.
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. Aluminum drums
and high-strength 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.
Multiple Styles and Finishes
Radial winches are available in aluminum alloy and chrome. Choices include 1-, 2-, and
3-speed self-tailing or plain-top styles; and manual, electric, or hydraulic drives.
Integrated Stripper Arm
The strong, one-piece stripper arm completely covers the winch top for a stable platform
that prevents fingers and clothing from catching in moving parts-an important safety
feature, particularly when operating powered winches. The arm can be adjusted to multiple
positions after the winch is mounted, and is shaped to smoothly feed line into and out of
the self-tailing jaws.
Lightweight, High-Strength Materials
Composite roller bearings and bushings reduce friction under load, have excellent
corrosion resistance, and don't require lubrication.
Snap-fit design keeps bearings captive in high-strength Delrin® cage when drum is
removed for maintenance.
Load-carrying gears and pins are 17-4PH stainless steel for strength and durability.
Weight savings of 25 to 50 percent compared to the Classic Harken line.
Easy to Service and Maintain
Winches can be disassembled and serviced on deck. The socket, washer, and screw-top
snap-fit together to simplify maintenance and for mistake-free assembly.
Installation manuals and parts lists are available online at www.harken.com.
Composite self-tailing jaws of long-glass
fiber are shaped for easy line entry and
optimum gripping power.
The spring-loaded upper jaw adjusts
under line pressure to accept a variety of
line sizes. Teeth grip evenly with or
Radial Shaped Surface Grip
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
Patent-pending stud-bolt mounting
system allows one person to quickly
install a winch without removing
a. Snap off the skirt at the base of
b. Slide bolts through the slots in the
winch base and snap the plastic skirt
tighten from belowdeck.