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So pretty simple... I need at least 1500oz in of torque for around $100 if possible.

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So pretty simple... I need at least 1500oz in of torque for around $100 if possible.

Plenty of torque to spare (~32,000 oz in.) for ~$80.

http://www.harborfreight.com/2000-lb-electric-atvutv-winch-with-automatic-load-holding-brake-68146.html
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Great!!! I think i might be able to make that work. I am making a robotic arm that has to lift about a 1kg from about 20 inches away and this will definitely do the job! A few questions. Can I run this off of a 7.2v 2200mah lipo battery? I want to make the arm all self contained and those are small enough. Also is it possible to make this a "big" servo?

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Can I run this off of a 7.2v 2200mah lipo battery?

No, per the owner's manual at the same page, the minimum battery requirement is 12VDC and 12Ah

http://manuals.harborfreight.com/manuals/68000-68999/68146.pdf

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Also is it possible to make this a "big" servo?

It is possible, but would require more parts and creativity.
 
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