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Winch on 40amp breaker.

Is it legal to attach a motor directly to a 40amp motor? i look it through in the rule book and there was nothing on it, so i'm assuming it is...?
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Re: Wench on 40amp motor.

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Is it legal to attach a motor directly to a 40amp motor? i look it through in the rule book and there was nothing on it, so i'm assuming it is...?
  1. You mean a motor directly through a 40 A breaker, I take it.
  2. No, that's not allowed. You may use a Spike relay with the low-current motors, through the breaker panel, or a Victor 884 with any motor, also through the breaker panel.
  3. A wench is something else. You mean winch. [Edit: Somebody kindly fixed that...it was originally in the title of the post.]

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