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Ferdinando posted 06-22-2009 10:02 PM ET (US)   Profile for Ferdinando   Send Email to Ferdinando  
Has anyone installed an electric winch on a Montauk 190. I just purchased a Powerwinch 315. Is there any modification that has to be done or do I just pull off the manual winch and stick on the electric? Thks, Fred
190Montauk posted 06-23-2009 08:11 AM ET (US)     Profile for 190Montauk  Send Email to 190Montauk     
I assume you mean for the trailer.
Have you tried liquid rollers? It makes a huge reduction in the effort to winch the boat on.

Liquid rollers is a silicone spray that contains a less aggressive solvent than the typical hardware store silicone spray. I'm guessing they selected that solvent to be more gentle to the bunk carpet, but I don't know for sure.

Chuck Tribolet posted 06-23-2009 07:39 PM ET (US)     Profile for Chuck Tribolet  Send Email to Chuck Tribolet     
I've been using hardware store and diveshop silicone on my
bunks for almost 12 years. No problems with the carpet, no
problems with the gelcoat. I did replace everything about
three years ago, but that was because a bracket rusted through.

I do about a third to a half can once a year. If I had a
good opportunity, I'd do it twice a year, but the other than
having the whaler in the water for a couple of days at the
rendezvous, the bunks never dry out.


Chuck

Chuck Tribolet posted 06-23-2009 07:40 PM ET (US)     Profile for Chuck Tribolet  Send Email to Chuck Tribolet     
Also, there are two-speed mechanical winches. Their low gear
would haul an M1A1 Abrams on the trailer.


Chuck

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