Lashing Winch – 2″ – KIN 1880



Part No: KIN 1880

Brand: KIN


This versatile winch can be welded or bolted in place like a standard winch, but offers the quick release and easy operation of a ratchet buckle. 1 1/8″ hex wrench required.

Specifications: A: 4.97″ B: 2.13″ C: 4.02″ D: 2.90″

Working Load Limit: 3,335 lbs./1515 kgs.

Weight: 3.7 lbs., 1.7 kgs.

Winches & Winch/Combination Bars
WARNING: When tightening or loosening winches, always maintain a firm grip on the winch bar. Never release a winch bar without checking the pawl to ensure that it is fully engaged between ratchet teeth. Releasing a winch bar without the pawl being properly engaged can cause serious injury to the user or bystanders. The use of a slip resistant handle winch bar, specifically designed to tighten or loosen winches, is recommended. Kinedyne winch bars (page 9) shall be used to tension and release tie-down assemblies. “Cheater Bars” (“extenders”) shall not be used with the winch bars. User shall stand clear of the winch bar handle during operation of the winch bar in case the winch bar slips. The tip of the winch bar shall be inserted through both holes in the end cap to prevent the winch bar from “slipping out” and overloading the tip and/or end cap. Winches shall not be loaded in excess of their working load limit. Winches shall not be used as pulling or lifting devices. A minimum of 12” of webbing shall be inserted through the slot, and a minimum of two (2) wraps shall be on the winch mandrel.

CAUTION: Excessive wraps of webbing on the mandrel will reduce the working load limit of the winch.

PORTABLE WINCH WARNING: Set screws on portable winches are designed to position the winch while the tie-down assembly is being tightened. They shall only be snug tight. Overtightening of screws may cause the bracket to bend, weakening the winch and causing it to fail. Portable winches shall be removed and stored when not in use.