12-Volt Cable Winch

Sku: GP-147024

Availability: In stock


Quick Overview

A worker can load heavy equipment onto a trailer with a Trailer Loading Winch. Physical Limitation Served: Leg/Hip/Foot impairment, Back impairment, Arm/Shoulder/Hand impairment, Weakened Strength and Endurance

Trailer Loading Winch

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Winches can be used for multiple pulling purposes for workers with disabilities.  

A worker can independently load heavy equipment onto a trailer or pickup truck with a Trailer Loading Winch. Pushing or carrying loads up a ramp is difficult for a worker with leg or mobility impairments.  Once the tailgate is down, the winch cable is pulled out to the equipment and hooked on.  Then the control switch is used to operate the winch and pull the load onto the trailer.  Tie-down straps can then be used to secure the load from the side of the trailer and the tailgate raised.

Winches can also be used to hitch 4-wheel trailers or wagons to pickup trucks or tractors.  Mount the winch to the bed of the pickup or back of the tractor, then back the vehicle close to the trailer or wagon.  Connect the winch to the trailer and pull it into position to either insert the hitch pin or lower onto the ball hitch.  Two-wheel trailers would need a jack stand with a wheel on it so the trailer could roll with the jack stand in the down position.

A winch mounted on a utility cart or ATV can be used while building fence to stretch the fence material tight.  Once the corner posts are set and the fence material is rolled out, fasten one end of the fence to a corner post, then park the vehicle with winch at the other end.  Hook the winch cable onto the fence and pull it tight, then fasten the fence to the posts while holding it taut with the winch.


Workers with common conditions such as these would benefit from a 12-Volt Cable Winch.


Arm Amputation


Back Injury

Back Pain

Balance / Core Stability

Cerebral Palsy




Foot Pain

Fused Vertebrae

Heart Disease

Heel Spurs

Herniated Disc

Hip Replacement

Knee Pain

Knee Replacement

Leg Amputation

Lower Extremity Impairments

Mobility Impairment

Multiple Sclerosis

Muscular Dystrophy





Rotator Cuff

Ruptured Disc

Shoulder Replacement

Slipped Disc

Spinal Cord Injury



Additional Information

The WARN® 3700 DC utility winch is the perfect pulling tool for work sites and for loading trailers. Rugged by design, this reliable winch makes a great addition to your workforce, pulling up to 3700 lbs. It boasts a 3-stage planetary geartrain, pull and turn freespooling clutch, both dynamic and mechanical braking and a handy 12-ft. pendant remote control.

    3700-lb. pulling capacity (single line)
    1.9 HP 12V DC permanent magnet motor
    43 feet of 7/32in. wire rope w/hook
    Includes roller fairlead and mounting hardware

What's Included

    (1) Winch
    (1) 43ft. x 7/32in. wire rope with hook
    (1) Roller fairlead
    (1) Mounting hardware kit

Key Specs:
Line Pull (lbs.)
Line Speed (FPM)
Gear Train
    3-stage planetary
Gear Ratio
    Freespool pull/ turn
    Dynamic, mechanical
Switching Method
    Pendant remote
Remote Length (ft.)
Rope Type
    Galvanized steel wire
Rope Size L x dia. (ft. x in.)
    43 x 7/32
Fairlead Type
Mounting Hardware Included
Mounting Bolt Pattern L x W (in.)
    3 x 1.25 x 2.5
Dimensions L x W x H (in.)
    15.5 x 7 x 7.3
Manufacturer Warranty
    12 months parts / 12 months labor

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