It has only happened once to me. But I will consider replacing the friction
break winch the next time it seems abnormally hard to crank. It appears the
failure is associated the plates sticking together and crank becoming
increasingly loose through repeated attempts to start the winch lowering the
Hmm, or were you just commenting on the previous subject line. I think the
answer is, it happens routinely as a matter of course.
Terry - W6LMJ
On 12/30/07 7:30 AM, "email@example.com"
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> Do you mean this happens allot to crank ups??
> Bob AD5VJ
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