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Kinedyne introduces EASE-Z Winch Bars

Jan. 14, 2019
See how the EASE-Z Winch Bar from Kinedyne provides users with greater leverage.

Kinedyne LLC has introduced its new EASE-Z Winch Bar family. The EASE-Z Winch Bar is a patented Z-shaped winch bar that rotates 360 degrees, providing users with greater leverage. It comes in one standard model and two combination versions with modified handles that can be used to release tension on chain binders.

Traditional winch bars are straight with a slightly angled tip. While effective in many cases, the bars essentially function as a classic lever and make it more difficult for users to exert the proper amount of force when in certain positions or when clearance is limited.

The EASE-Z Winch Bar is different. The tough, heat-treated carbon-steel and mushroom-shaped head of the EASE-Z Winch Bar is tapered for easy insertion and helps keep the bar seated in the winch cap, preventing it from slipping out during revolution and when the user is applying torque. A knurled non-slip handle with a flanged grip ring on the bar’s upper shaft helps prevent it from slipping out of users’ hands even in moist conditions.

This bar can be rotated up to 360 degrees, enabling users to optimally position themselves and the bar to deliver superior leverage when tensioning winch straps. Rotation of the bar without having to remove it from the winch cap eyelet provides a pivoting action that lets users quickly orient the bar as needed to avoid obstacles and achieve optimum posture while applying up or down force.

These bars are painted in high-visibility Kinedyne orange. The tool’s angled shape is more stable, making it unlikely to roll away when laid on the ground or on the deck of a flatbed trailer. The EASE-Z Winch Bar is available in three models. The 80177 standard bar comes in a length of 34 inches. The 80178 combination bar has a handle with greater girth, can be used to release tension on chain binders and comes in a length of 34 inches. The 80179 combination box-end model can also be used to release tension on chain binders and comes in a length of 39 inches.

Learn more at www.kinedyne.com.

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