Item #923305

Spinlock XAS Single Powerclutch

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          Description

          The Spinlock XAS Single Powerclutch is a multi-use clutch with excellent performance across a wide range of line sizes. It's ideal for high performance, small diameter lines which makes it perfect for racing yachts up to 27' and cruising yachts up to 35'

          Features:

          • Choose 4 - 8 mm (5/32" - 5/16") for high performance on small diameter lines (XAS0408)
          • Choose 6 - 12 mm (1/4" - 1/2") for superb performance across the rope range (XAS0612)
          • Easy access handle for effortless release
          • Line friendly
          • Can be side mounted
          • Handle labels supplied
          • Replaceable parts, easy to upgrade and maintain
          • XAS Powerclutch for 4 - 8 mm (5/32" - 5/16") line gives optimised clutching and holding power on small diameter lines
          • Strongly recommend for sportsboats and other small boat high performance applications

          Specifications:

          • Weight: 270 g (9.5 oz)
          • Fasteners: 2 x M6 (1/4") CSK Head (not supplied)
          • XAS0408
            • Lines: 4 - 8 mm (5/32" - 5/16")
            • Loads up to 400 kg (880 lbs)
          • XAS0612
            • Lines: 6 - 12 mm (1/4" to 1/2")
            • Loads up to 575 kg (1270 lbs)

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          Questions

          Can this be side mounted?

          Asked by: budd
          Having installed three of them, I can't think why it couldn't. Installation is two bolts through the cabin top and there are no moving parts that need gravity to hold them in place. I suspect it could even be mounted inverted.
          Answered by: Rich
          Date published: 2024-01-29
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